How Boston Fit a Giant New Farm Into the City … Seamlessly

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March 7, 2013 by Tim Brown

 

How Boston Fit a Giant New Farm Into the City ... Seamlessly

How Boston Fit a Giant New Farm Into the City … Seamlessly.

An article from Atlantic Cities Blog profiling an interesting project happening in our bigger neighbor to the north.

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3 thoughts on “How Boston Fit a Giant New Farm Into the City … Seamlessly

  1. Sara Strachan says:

    Toronto requires all buildings above five stories have a green roof. Think of how we could change urban living, agriculture, and community with these.

    • Tim Brown says:

      Thanks for the comment…I’m attending 3 classes in New York next week put on by Green Roofs For Healthy Cities….hopefully BDG can put the knowledge to use in Providence and get more green roofs built here

  2. Catherine says:

    Brilliant!

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