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Dear Radish, you are the sweetest vegetable in my backyard urban farm. So I decided to write you this love letter. Here’s why you’re the apple of my eye.
Turning my backyard into an urban farm meant I had to learn how to get rid of weeds. Before your next weed eradication mission, get these 4 essential tools.
A new urban foraging app – RipeNearMe – is aiming to take urban foraging to the next level by letting growers share, swap, or even sell their bounty.
Urban homesteaders in Michigan have had it easy for over three decades, but the state has ended its Right to Farm Act.
Got an empty plastic bottle in the recycle bin? Fish that sucker out and turn it into a hydroponic water bottle garden!
Have you started your spring garden yet? Sometimes it takes a little kick in the pants to get that garden started. Check out this mega-list of gardening ideas!
Have you heard of open source seeds? This interesting project almost feels like a delightful throwback to the days when seed-saving and seed-sharing were the norm rather than the exception among farmers.
Want to know how to compost? It may sound intimidating, but it’s surprisingly easy if you break it down into 5 simple steps. Composters, start your engines!
Gardening is one of those hobbies that has it all. It’s great exercise, can save you money, is good for mental health, and produces the world’s healthiest vegan foods including these for healthy bones.
Do you live in a city but want to grow your own food? We’ve rounded up urban gardening tips and ideas to help you make the most of your space!
If you love fresh food but don’t have enough room for a traditional garden, container-based vegetable gardening could be your BFF! With a little knowledge, fresh herbs and veggies can be yours — without any need for huge tracts of land.
I just started an aquaponic farm. On my kitchen counter. Seriously! Thanks to the folks at Back to the Roots and their ingenious AquaFarm. Learn how.