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    (French) La plus grande ferme verticale du monde

    (French) Michael Baron le directeur recherche et développement de Aerofarm fait partie de la petite dizaine de cinglés qui a créé à une encablure de Manhattan, la plus grande ferme verticale du monde et il débarque à Nantes pour le Nantes Food Forum.

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    The Potager de la Cantine: A voyage into the heart of salads

    Launched in May 2016, the Potager de la Cantine (lit. Canteen’s Vegetable Garden), on the Île de Nantes, is just now celebrating its first-year anniversary, but this young seedling is already a clear success. Adjoining the Cantine du Voyage, its 600 square meters of cultivated — and colorful — gardens have blanketed the dark asphalt of the former dock yard.

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    Françoise Nyssen: Minister of possibilities

    It was in April, when we visited the Ecole du Domaine du Possible (lit. School of the Field of Possibilities), a holistic and alternative school near Arles that was founded by Françoise Nyssen and Jean-Paul Capitani, directors of the publishing house Actes Sud. Today, Françoise Nyssen is also the new Minister of Culture. (Article in French)

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