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    2. Urban agriculture - Wikipedia

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      Urban agriculture, urban farming, or urban gardening is the practice of cultivating, processing, and distributing food in or around a village, town, or city. Urban ...

    3. City Agriculture - August 16, 2017 - Daily Kos

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      Lufa Farms - three rooftop soil-less farms to feed 2% of Montreal https://youtu.be/Trl2eE-kVGM IGA Extra Famille Duchemin in Saint-Laurent, a borough of Montreal ...

    4. Agriculture City :: Home

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      Agriculture City is committed to the Development and Operation of Communities and Facilities that advance the Research, Testing, Education and Implementation of ...

    5. The Kansas City Fed is the Federal Reserve System's leader in agricultural economic research. Our work provides insights on agricultural and rural economies, both ...

    6. City AgricultureCity of Balanga

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      • The City Agriculture Office core function is to provide technical assistance and support in carrying out measures to ensure the delivery of basic services and ...

    7. A non-profit society that promotes urban food production and environmental conservation.

    8. Agriculture is an industry type in most SimCity games. It is generally used at the beginning of...

    9. Agriculture :: VBgov.com - City of Virginia Beach

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      Serves as a liaison to and advocate for the local agricultural community; Operates the city’s farmers market; Partners ...

    10. City Of Big Agriculture: Here Are The Crops Chicago Was Once ...

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      The city deserves cred as an industrial giant, but it was also the first city of flowers, a pickle powerhouse and the heart of American celery.

    11. A new study shows that the Mesopotamian farmers during a food crisis did not try to farm their land more intensively, but converted more land to arable land.

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