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A town without supermarkets!

?every Detroit mayor since the ‘70s placates the public by boasting of the next big demolition spree? all of the resulting vacant land, much of which ends up owned by the city, provides the very asset that fuels the garden movement Yes, it's Detroit. First in a series on the radical urban pioneers who are trying to farm the vacant land created by demolition and urban flight. No use of the words organic, alice, or waters. Or even locavore. [Grist]