“Development-supported agriculture” is defining new housing subdivisions. Farms, complete with livestock, vegetables and fruit trees, are serving as a way to entice potential buyers to settle into a new housing development. In planning a new neighborhood, a developer includes a farm, community garden, orchard, livestock operation, or edible park that attracts buyers, increases home values, and brings neighbors together. See how the idea is working in subdivisions from Vermont to Colorado.
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