posted December 3, 2010

Often we landless farmers are comforted by the notion that we’ll be able, someday, to afford some degraded land somewhere– a clear cut or an abandoned brownfield, a farm thats fallen down on its knees and has to be lovingly rebuilt, or had its topsoil mined for selling to suburban gardeners– the following article brings that notion to an extreme.

Healing Mining Pits with Self-Sustaining Underground Skyscrapers