Monday, July 14, 2014

From the Los Angeles Times: 


"Sendero, which opened its doors last year, is one of California's pioneers in the emerging "agrihood" movement — a trend by land developers nationally to design communities that center around sustainable farms rather than golf courses or swimming pools.

The housing development's quarter-acre community farm, when completed, will be a commercial operation that produces food for residents to buy and offers educational programs in planting, raising chickens and cooking organically. Developers say this kind of agricultural and residential integration fosters health, environmental sustainability and connection among residents."

See full story here.

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