With food in short supply, Venezuela Venezuela have been asked to start their own urban gardens. Can Venezuela urban gardens really feed a hungry nation?
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
This post is my second of three entries for the World Environment Day blog competition. I am now a top ten finalist — every vote counts towards the grand prize of becoming the correspondent for WED2012 in Brazil!
Make sure to vote on the official site (the only place voting counts). Thanks to Eat Drink Better and Important Meda for the support!
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!
Don’t you just love good news?
Atlanta’s Wheat Street Gardens is more than just an ordinary community garden. It’s a four acre urban farm.
With seasons changing yet again, starting a garden might be the last thing on a person’s mind. Not so here in Madison, Wisconsin, where a local group is pushing for [ … ]
Just because summer days are on their way out doesn’t mean the gardening has to end. In climates like mine on the Northern California coast, certain plants can be grown [ … ]