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Loren Ipsen whatever kind of test to ensure that the excerpt function is working….The Canadian North has been suffering from a food security crisis and it has been proposed that one of the solutions to this will be the development of local agricultural production in remote, northern communities. However, these communities face unique climatic and economic challenges that make many conventional methods of agricultural production unfeasible. Specifically, they have unusually large heating requirements, very low ambient light levels in the winter, limited space and a high cost of electricity and transportation. As well, the small size of these communities implies that any agricultural method will need to be fully scalable and adaptable to a variety of uses in order to meet their diverse nutritional needs.

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