Urban Farming in Mattapan

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It’s no secret that we love to recycle: milk cartons, construction materials, even entire buildings and swaths of land! And we’re also huge supporters of urban agriculture – so the opportunity to team with Historic Boston Incorporated to re-imagine Mattapan’s oldest building as the future headquarters for the Urban Farming Institute was a great fit for Studio G. Check out the link below to read The Boston Globe’s recent article about the Fowler Clark Epstein Farm project:

http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2015/09/27/mattapan-oldest-building-become-center-for-urban-farming/TqPbnoftzRQFTMPPhCiLmI/story.html?s_campaign=8315

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