The urban farm is six acres of crops on Detroit’s north end taken care of by teens proud of their community. More than 5,000 visit the farm each year to see how it’s done — peas, blueberries, pears, strawberries, collards, kale – all the good stuff.
Jerry Hebron started the Oakland Avenue urban farm 10 years ago near Oakland and I-75 and she’s pretty proud of the work they do there. So she was not at all happy two days ago when she says a man from Mystic Touch Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning in Macomb County showed up on Cameron Street at the edge of the farm and used the street to dispose of his wastewater.”
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