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Bringing the Country to the City

Posted Thursday, August 15, 2013

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Bringing the Country to the City The air is getting crisper and harvest season is upon us. Want to take a drive out to farm country? Just head north on West 25th Street from I-90 and take a right at Bridge. Or head out east on Kinsman. Or check out neighborhoods in Akron and Medina. Farm country isn't just the far off rolling hills anymore. Thursday on The Sound of Ideas, we'll revisit urban farming in Northeast Ohio. As you might expect, it's growing.


Community/Human Interest, Environment


Joe Cimperman, Cleveland City Council
Sarah Vradenburg, Master Gardener
Rich Hoban, director, Cleveland Crops
Kerry McCormack, director of community affairs, Ohio City Inc. 
John Campanelli, suburban chicken farmer

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