BROOKLYN, USA: Kim Severson reports.
SAN JOSE, USA: Read the article and view the slideshow here.
KENTUCKY, USA: Jim Embry explains the Sustainable Communities Network, which: (…) since 2007 has collaborated with many community partners to nurture the urban agriculture movement in Lexington KY with the emphasis on young people as agents of change that will … Continue reading
This Salon.com article explores the advantages and disadvantages of growing your own “recession garden.”
Children hold carrots grown in the Glide rooftop garden (San Francisco). Todays NYTimes has the story here.
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LOS ANGELES, UNITED STATES: “The Garden” documents the struggle of South Central Farmers (SCF) to reclaim their land. June 12 and 13 will mark the three year anniversary of the encampment evictions.
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On yesterdays Bitten Blog, Keri Conan briefly explains the long term benefits of documenting the process of growing a home garden: (…) History is the only way to hedge your bets against whatever Mother Nature throws at the garden. Before … Continue reading
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