Forget Golf Courses: Subdivisions Draw Residents With Farms

npr.org — When you picture a housing development in the suburbs, you might imagine golf courses, swimming pools, rows of identical houses. But now, there's a new model springing up across the country that taps into the local food movement: Farms - complete with livestock, vegetables and fruit trees - are serving as the latest suburban amenity.
RT @BenMossRealtor: This is pretty cool - instead of golf courses, subdivisions are being built around farms. npr.org/blogs/thesalt/…! @nprn
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RT @HarvestPM: Want a barn with that 'burb? The new subdivision amenity is a #farm. Our @LukeRunyon was on @MorningEdition today! http://t.…
Not going to lie-- this might actually make me consider moving to a subdivision: fb.me/2LWWkfc3J
RT @slangenhennig: Great idea. NOLA developers are you listening? RT @NPRFood: Forget Golf Courses: Subdivisions Draw Residents W/ Farms ht…
Great idea. NOLA developers are you listening? RT @NPRFood: Forget Golf Courses: Subdivisions Draw Residents W/ Farms n.pr/JBRVxR