Urban farming could supply Detroit's needs

11/17/2010 02:00:00 AM

Michigan State University researchers say they believe that converting thousands of acres of unused urban land in Detroit could supply most of the fruits and vegetables that residents need each year.

The unused land, which has no existing structures, amounts to about 44,000 parcels on 4,800 acres.

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