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Dave Bing On Converting Vacant Lots To Urban Farmland

Dave Bing On Converting Vacant Lots To Urban Farmland
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The Detroit mayor is considering a major restructure that will impact his city for years to come.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 14 june 2010

There’s an interesting video from the mayor of Detroit about his work to develop a plan for Detroit to stop the creative class from leaving the troubled city. He says that his job is to create the right kind of environment for entrepreneurs to move to Detroit. Part of the proposed changes includes converting 139 square miles of vacant land into urban farming and other efficient uses.

More here: Bing: Strategy, plan for Detroit is in the works

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