• Company to develop 'agrihood' in Owasso

    By: Paris Holmes


    TULSA, Okla. - A donor for “A New Leaf” acquired 50 acres of land near 86th Street North and Memorial for the non-profit to develop a “agrihood,” a neighborhood centered around several community gardens.

    They say 110 clients will live and work in the “agrihood.” The non-profit will also be able to expand production for their plants, flowers and produce.

    The project will cost $27 million, and “A New Leaf” will begin a capital campaign to raise the money.  They hope to break ground on the development 2020.

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