Urban Growth: A Farm Grows in Detroit

Househappy —  May 7, 2014 — Leave a comment


If you read one article on the Internet today, it should be this one from Cool Hunting.

Artist Kate Daughdrill bought a home for $600 in Detroit and turned it into a community-focused urban farms that spans eight lots. With her neighbors, Kate hosts community dinners, started a CSA, and throws seasonal art openings in the potting shed.

She calls the homestead Burnside Farm. We call it inspiring.

Images, from top: © Kate Doughdrill; David Graver; Ali Elisabeth Lapatina





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