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Simran Sethi’s Media & Environment class at the University of Kansas paid a visit to the Kansas City Center for Urban Agriculture (KCCUA). According to their website: The KCCUA operates the Kansas City Community Farm, a 2-acre, certified organic urban vegetable farm in the Argentine neighborhood of Kansas City, KS. The farm is used as an educational & research space for urban farmers and others interested in urban agriculture. Produce from the farm is available through the local Community-Supported Agriculture program (CSA) and farmers’ markets.
Please read Danae’s awesome post called “Organic isn’t all it’s cracked up to be: try going local.”
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