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What if, instead of building suburban communities around golf courses, developers created large farms to serve as the center of a neighborhood-maintained agricultural system? Would people be willing to replace the tranquility of a manicured green with the buzzing of a busy field? Could home-grown apples replace sliced golf balls?Good writes:
It has often been observed that suburbia is a place where the developer displaces animals and rips out trees, and then names the streets after them.
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