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The Emergence of Urban Agriculture

Agriculture has been practiced within the bounds of urban communities for centuries–the first recorded instance of urban garden plots were planted by inhabitants of the Aztec Empire as early as the 14th Century B.C., in the region of modern-day Mexico and Central America.

 

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