They are slowly hoping to buy up empty plots around the city and bring life to them by growing produce.
By Jonathan Carlson
March 10, 2012
They are beginning with a plot of land at the intersection of Blount and Franklin Streets in downtown.
“Why not farm downtown. There’s open spaces where ever you go, and farming isn’t just for suburban spaces anymore, it can be done anywhere,” said Laurel Varnado, with Raleigh City Farm.