Urban agriculture in Detroit: Scattering vs. clustering and the prospects for scaling up

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Despite Detroit’s reputation as a mecca for urban agriculture, a new analysis of the city’s Lower Eastside, which covers 15 square miles, found that community and private gardens occupy less than 1% of the vacant land.

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