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Oakwood Farms Opens for Business
Posted By: Elynor Moss on April 27, 2017



Oakwood Farms manager Artis Sydney describes the organic farming process to President Pollard, as sales of produce began today with radishes and a variety of greens.




Oakwood Farms is part of the University's Industry Recovery initiative to support our students, and will be the largest organic, "urban farm" in Northern Alabama.




Stay tuned for further announcements about the availability of produce.
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