Indoor farming a growth industry
The Detroit News
Entrepreneurs are taking advantage of inexpensive former warehouses and factories in Detroit and transforming them for agricultural use to produce local foods.
There's a growing movement of using vacant buildings and spaces to produce lettuce, basil and kale, and even experiment with fish farming - year-round.
And the city is considering regulations that could expand indoor agriculture even more.
"Fifteen, 20 years from now, we want people to say, 'Of cou...