Agri-Culture: crops and community. You can't have one without the other. It's how we relate to our environment, consumption, and management of our biological and cultural heritage. But to start with how do we make the most possible money rather than how do we produce the most healthy abundantly available food for our community is why the industrial agricultural era left the world dying of hunger and disease. Innovate Sustainable local food together!
I will not vouch for 100% accuracy, though know a fair few of the accents and cultural references, and can do a reasonable take off. After all i'm an Ulsterman, who speaks mostly Coleraine/north Antrim, and Belfaws, despite my lack of sectarian dislikes, and embracing most of Irish culture (the only culture i ken is agri culture hie bay!) from both sides of borders, until the political crap kicks in, which is mostly fighting battles of decades and centuries ago.
Broadacre City model ~ In 1932, Frank Lloyd Wright authored an essay entitled The Disappearing City in which he proposed a solution that he called the Broadacre City. This utopian concept was not a formal commission, but rather one of his many organic concepts of architecture that he envisioned.
Shedding A Little Light. Photo by @kochphil Wisconsin Horizons.
2013 AIA New York Chapter Design Awards: Urban Design Winners