Rooftop Farm in New York Supplies Restaurants
A rooftop farm in Brooklyn, N.Y., is commercially growing fruits and vegetables. Area restaurants are flocking to the farm, which cost $60,000 to build, Reuters reports.
The 6,000 square-foot operation, Rooftop Farms, helps fight pollution by virtue of the plants consuming carbon from trucks in the city.
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