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Chicago Restaurant Uncommon Ground Joins the Locally Grown Movement

Uncommon Ground, an urban rooftop farm in Chicago, grows diverse, heirloom varieties to serve up in its restaurant. Find out how more about this Chicago restaurant is joining the locally grown movement.



Locally Grown
"Locally Grown" by Anna Blessing shows the restaurant industry movement to engage in sustainable farming practices through small-scale urban farming and purchasing produce from local farmers.
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Rooftop gardens are one method of urban farming that has seen a growing trend.
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Rooftop garden beds are an effective method for farming in urban areas.
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Chicago restaurant, Uncommon Ground, plants herbs and other greens for use in the kitchen.
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Uncommon Underground emphasizes composting to provide their plants with additional nutrients.
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