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AfterHouse transforms homes irreparably damaged by disuse and fire into semi subterranean greenhouses. It is based in Detroit.

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AfterHouse: Fighting Blight by Growing a Greenhouse

Fire and blight have left more than a few holes in metro Detroit's neighborhoods. AfterHouse has an idea for a temporary solution: below-ground greenhouses. The organization, inspired by South American farmers who build subterranean 'walipinis' to grow crops year-round, is using a burnt-out house in Hamtramck as its prototype. read on…
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