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Desc:I know happy things don't always belong here, but...
Category:Educational, Science & Technology
Tags:chickens, farming, urban farming, inner city
Submitted:baleen
Date:06/13/11
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Rodents of Unusual Size
Inspiring. I hope that others copy this model and that it multiplies exponentially.
Tom Collins
I'm gonna five this just for the idea.
oddeye
Loads of places have inner city community farms.
baleen
yes, Detroit and Kansas City are probably ahead of the game.

Jet Bin Fever
Yeah, I volunteered for a while at one in New Orleans.

kingofthenothing
I dig this. I'd like to do something like this myself, but not with a group. I don't know how these guys can get together and work together and not have arguments and infighting. They're special.
baleen
I think when you are matched against what seem to be insurmountable odds, the hopelessly of the ghetto, it's easier to work together just to get things done. Kind of like how soldiers keep soldiering on in the military. When the cause is gone, that's when things start getting bad.

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