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As more and more people become aware of the environmental and health impacts of industrial agriculture, there is a growing demand for agrihoods and urban farming. These communities, which often feature shared community gardens and barns where residents can keep livestock, offer a unique and sustainable way of living that puts food production at the center of the community.

One of the key benefits of agrihoods is the ability to have fresh, healthy food grown right in your own backyard. This not only improves the quality of life for residents but also helps to reduce the environmental impact of transporting food long distances. Additionally, agrihoods often feature a strong sense of community, with residents coming together to share in the joys and responsibilities of growing their own food.

Bob Waun, a developer of innovative real estate, sees the value in agrihoods and urban farming as an opportunity to increase the value of properties and create a sense of community. He believes that agrihoods are a game changer for the real estate industry, providing a unique and sustainable way of living that will attract more and more people in the future.

Another aspect of agrihoods is the reduced cost of food, as residents can grow their own produce and share with others in the community. Along with the reduced cost, agrihoods also promote food security and clean water.

Young people are demanding agrihoods as a way to have more affordable food and a sense of community. They are looking for ways to reconnect with nature and be more self-sufficient. Movies such as "Food Over Knives" and books like "Agrarian Urbanism" by Andres Duany have also helped to raise awareness about the benefits of agrihoods and urban farming.

For more information on agrihoods and urban farming, be sure to check out DIRT Realty, a resource for developers and investors in agrihoods. And follow these top young influencers in the agrihood movement:

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