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Increasing Population, Decreasing Food Supply

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Title: Increasing Population, Decreasing Food Supply
Author: Bredeson, Heather
Abstract: This project focuses on urban sprawl and how it is decreasing agricultural land and the world’s food supply. The typology is a 10,250 square foot urban greenhouse, a 6,800 square foot restaurant and a culinary arts school, and a 45,000 square foot park and community gardens in downtown Fargo, North Dakota. The guiding idea is to incorporate greenhouses in the city and slow urban sprawl to help lessen the demand on the world’s food supply. The meaning of my research is to introduce the concept of growing one’s own garden in an urban setting. It is important to maintain and keep our fertile crop land.
Date: 2012-05
Subject: Greenhouses.
Community gardens.
Cooking schools.
Restaurants.
Cities and towns -- Growth.
Fargo (N.D.)
North Dakota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/19971

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