Resilient Midwestern Cities: Improving Equity in a Changing Climate

Posted by on Apr 30, 2016 in News | 0 comments

By Cathleen Kelly, et. al., April 2016 Center for American Progress

…The Urban Agriculture Innovation Zone in the Kinsman neighborhood, for example, has created an inner-city agricultural district from more than 20 acres of previously vacant land.73 Within this district are initiatives including Kinsman Farm, an incubator farm that provides land to gardeners learning to farm at scale, and the Rid-All Green Partnership, an urban farm with an education program that produces vegetables and tilapia.74 Chateau Hough, named for the Hough neigh­borhood, is an inner-city vineyard with nearly 300 vines that was developed with support from Reimagining Cleveland, an initiative to transform vacant lots.

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