Want to meet your neighbors? Why not start your own community garden? Check out the new Food is Free guide: How to Start a Food is Free Project. #FoodisFree
Building Soils Naturally by Phil Nauta is an extensive (and scientific!) look at the importance of soil sustainability in organic gardening. While it may not be the most budget-friendly answer to dirt 101, but Building Soils offers an expanse of how-to knowledge to very literally lay the groundwork for any greens to grow, without asking one to buy out a Lowe’s.
I ran across some gorgeous photos and the fascinating history of a community garden in the Bronx and thought that you guys would enjoy them, too!
We’ve shared a number of food-related projects that are seeking Kickstarter funding, but today I ran across a food-related Kickstarter project that was super cool and has already surpassed its funding goal!
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It seems like every neighborhood in Atlanta has a community garden these days, and since my running partner and I have been marathon training, I’ve been seeing more and more of them during our long, winding, weekend runs. I thought it might be fun to grab the camera and share some community garden goodness with you guys!
Are you agricurious? Do you want to learn more about where your food comes from? What better way than to work on a farm? Here are some great ways that you can get involved in organic and sustainable farming, whether you have a weekend, two weeks, or a summer to devote.
September has arrived and chefs at local farm-to-table restaurants are ready to display their fall menus. But why start eating like it’s fall when we still have weeks of gorgeous summer produce to look forward to?
There are many sustainable options when it comes to putting food on the table, from eating organic to choosing locally grown foods to avoiding animal products. But there’s nothing quite [ … ]