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Growing Homes with a Land Trust: Supporting Community with Good Food

Growing Homes with a Land Trust: Supporting Community with Good Food

A Seattle-based non-profit organization retained MetroAG Strategies to complement the work of its real estate design and development team. The development project will create about two dozen affordable, net-zero energy, cottages for sale on a parcel of land currently owned by a church. The site currently hosts a thriving community garden that supports a handful of low-income immigrant families with healthy food options for themselves and their neighbors.

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Elk Run Links to Farm

Elk Run Links to Farm

In the 1990’s the rage in real estate development was both stand alone and master planned community golf course construction. The Golf Club at Newcastle repurposed an old construction landfill with 36 links, a stunning club house, and outstanding views to Puget Sound... Read more...
My Backyard Harvest

My Backyard Harvest

My yard is brimming with food now always arriving in the hot, sultry, dog days of summer. I plant only what I can grow, nurture and produce successfully. I don’t want failure. Gardening takes a lot of persistent, dedicated, focused work. Preparing the soil,... Read more...
Serenbe:  An Innovative Community

Serenbe: An Innovative Community

Fulton County, Georgia is best known as the home of Atlanta, the 9th most populous U.S. metropolian area and Hartfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the most traveled U.S. airport. North of downtown Atlanta is continuous suburbs, countless dead-ends and... Read more...
The New Agri-hood

The New Agri-hood

“I live next to a farm!” This can be said with enthusiasm and excitement or disappointment  and disgust. Living next to a farm can be a good or a bad thing, depending on your point of view. City folks want to move to the country, as they see it as idyllic... Read more...