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Urban Rabbits – Lapping Up Lapin

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Michelle in her apartment. Photo by Barbara Cameron/Alison Page.

‘We set up shop in my dad’s backyard and had the meat ready to cook, with cleanup done, in under an hour.’

By Michelle Nelson
Edible Vancouver
Autumn 2013

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Uhhh . . . So What’s Up With Rabbitville?!” That’s what friends ask the minute I open the door to my urban one-bedroom downtown apartment and they come face to face with my oversized bunny condo – filled with shredded newspaper, branches, and weeds – that sits on the far side of my living room like a small forest in a box.

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Good Samaritan adds farm for community health in Atlanta

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A one-acre farm serving thousands of patients with fresh vegetables and herbs every week

11Alive
Oct 25, 2013

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A thriving one-acre farm to make sure that patients eat right.

“The concept of an urban farm is new. The concept of linking it to a health center is also new. We are the first. It is truly cutting edge when you look at the whole health of the person. We are relay bringing the circle to completion by doing this,” Warren said.

Adding to it, the Center runs nutrition classes for patients, and they say their eating habits are changing.

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