WASHINGTON —A farmers’ cooperative based in North Dakota is making a concerted effort to bring sustainable agriculture to Pennsylvania—Avenue, that is. The cooperative plans to open a second, eco-friendly restaurant in the nation’s capital later this month. Called Founding Farmers, the restaurant is a 250-seat, 8,500-square-foot space housed in the International Monetary Fund Building and is located just three blocks from the White ...

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