The Farm at Los Olivos: Phoenix project ‘like the Desert Botanical Garden of agriculture’

The project would turn part of Los Olivos Park into a farm, education center and park concession designed to enhance the community and reconnect residents with Phoenix’s agrarian roots.

By Dominic Armato | The Republic

Food is universal. Everybody eats.

But to Matthew Moore and Aric Mei, something vital to the human experience is being lost in America’s urban centers.

“There deserves to be a place in the middle of a very large, dense, urban sprawl where you can take family, take friends, take yourself to go see, taste and experience agriculture,” Mei says.

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