Review of Agrihood Case Studies


Demand for master community developments centered around golf courses with acres of fairways and putting greens has decreased in recent years while Agrihoods have grown in popularity. Agrihoods are meant to preserve natural lands and existing farmland by allocating space for agriculture, food production, and natural features in development. Agrihoods are primarily within master-planned housing communities with working farms as their focus. Agrihoods, as a development trend, have the ability to produce multiple benefits for individuals and communities while enhancing real estate performance.  This report provides a synopsis of various land use policies used to implement Agrihoods in four states.



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Diego Guerra, Planning Commission

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