Just like we said back in the 2007 Diggable City Phase III report, if we’re going to get serious about meeting the demand of urban food growers, we need to look at land held by non-profits and private landholders. Think big corporate campuses.
Looks like Intel is thinking outside the box. The Oregonian’s Katy Muldoon wrote an inspiring story about employees at their Hillsboro campus who grew an 81 plot organic garden from a weed jungle. Committed to investing in the well-being of employees, Intel saw the garden as a great way to foster health, happiness and espirit de vegetable. Next up, the Intel Core 9500 potato chip.