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Turning People’s Yards into Micro Urban Farms

Sean Conway of Lakewood is a new kind of farmer. Learning agriculture and farming in the peace corps, returning home he had an idea that started to grow on him. Squash, peppers, basil, carrots, tomatoes, potatoes and more, all grown in your backyard. And all the homeowner has to do is nothing, except provide the water. That’s water, Conway said, that you would be using anyway on your grass.


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