Browsing the "urban agriculture" Tag

150 Acre Detroit Urban Farming Project is Coming

September 12th, 2014 | by Chris DeMorro

Last year, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder finally approved a plan to allow Hantz Woodlands to buy and transform 150 acres of empty or decrepit Detroit lots, and turn them into the world’s largest urban farm. The Detroit urban farming project has since made great progress, and could serve to inspire other cities to do the same


Urban Farming in Mexico City

December 10th, 2012 | by Becky Striepe

We love a good example of urban farming around here! Urban farms are such a wonderful way to transform unused or blighted spaces in big cities into lush, food-producing patches of land (or rooftop, or wall!)


Real Food in the Mainstream: Will Allen on the Colbert Report

June 15th, 2012 | by Becky Striepe

Urban farming advocates like Will Allen and the nonprofit he works with called Growing Power are looking to change that by building farms in cities that grow lots of food in sometimes not a lot of space. Allen wrote a book on his urban farming efforts: The Good Food Revolution, and on Tuesday night he talked to Stephen Colbert about urban farming, food deserts, and kohlrabi. Check it out!


Georgia Right to Grow Act

February 6th, 2012 | by Heather Carr

Five Georgia legislators have introduced the “Georgia Right to Grow Act”, intended to protect the right of Georgians to grow [&hellip



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