According to a Jan. 27 article in the Baltimore Business Journal, state funds will pay a portion of development costs for a planned $17 million food hub in East Baltimore, Maryland. The story reported that $200,000 will go to Baltimore non-profit developer American Communities Trust for site work and environmental remediation for the planned Baltimore Food Hub on three acres that formerly were an industry site. The hub is a $17 million project aimed at bringing organic food production to an urban setting.
Baltimore to build organic food hub
February 2, 2016 in Of Note
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