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Once a Superfund site with a crazy concept, Greensgrow celebrates 20 years
by Lini S. Kadaba
The Inquirer Translate This Article
24 March 2017
On 24 March 2017 The Inquirer reported:
From its roots in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Greensgrow Farm has educated the community about sustainable practices. It has reached out to neighborhood associations and partnered with the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society for beautification projects. Over the last 20 years, the original three-fourths of an acre urban farm has blossomed into a funky garden center, farm stand, and greenhouse (plus a West Philly satellite) that annually take in $1.8 million in revenue and receive 10,000 visitors.
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