From the Washington Post: “Detroit, the very symbol of American industrial might for most of the 20th century, is drawing up a radical renewal plan that calls for turning large swaths of this now-blighted, rusted-out city back into the fields and farmland that existed before the automobile.” Full article here. Turning a city into farmland is something Miami might want to look into for all the vacant land and surface parking lots in Downtown.
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