urban farming

"LANSING, MI - A story dated June 20 alleging that Michigan residents"lost their 'right to farm" this week thanks to a new ruling by the Michigan Commission of Agriculture and Rural Development" is as untrue today as it was two years ago, the fact-checking Snopes.com reported Wednesday." (MLive/Kalamazoo Gazette)

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Urban agriculture can be done in many places, and by people of different ages and with different interests. That’s according to Kami Pothukuchi, a Wayne State University Professor and the director of SEED Wayne. 


Town hall meeting is scheduled for Monday

Two residents are fighting a city ticket issued because local officials say their chickens, ducks, rabbits, and a pig violate city ordinances.

Some area residents say they like the goal of the project but should have been involved in the planning process.

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