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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

red hook, new york


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