The urban farm will grow an estimated 26,000 pounds of food per year for distribution in the community, which is considered a food desert.
This project is getting a lot of attention because it is an example of a multi-benefit circular economy project to improve a traditionally underserved neighborhood, Green Era Sustainability Co-Founder and CEO Jason Feldman said. (WasteDive, Aug. 2020)
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Street view of the Green Era Renewable Energy and Urban Farming Campus on the northwest corner of 83rd Street and Wallace Street. Source: Chicago Sun Times.