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Tree's a Crowd (NY Times)

Op-Ed Sampler

Indoor Farming Is a No-Brainer (Except for the Carbon Footprint)

INDOOR FARMING has the potential to shake the very nature of agriculture down to its roots. . .

Inside enormous greenhouses, some sprawling across 175 acres . . . a revolution is quietly taking place, perhaps the most potentially disruptive since Cyrus McCormick's reaper. Vegetables are increasingly being grown indoors, using an advanced and intensive form of growing called controlled environment agriculture, a method that has the potential to help feed the planet, even while it threatens to further warm it.

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