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Edible Forrest Urban Farm By Anja Eltgroth
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A photo history of Edible Forrest Urban farm in Norristown, PA.
Regrowth - Vertical Farming, Community Gardening and Urban Renewal By Mark Horler
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The story of a journey in search of a better model of renewal for our towns. Blending vertical farming, community gardening, local food markets and urban community renewal to create towns which are... More > economically successful, socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable. That's the Regrowth model!< Less
Worm Farming for Beginners: Vermiculture Starter Guide: Become a Backyard Worm Farmer Make and Sell Natural Worm Compost By Urban Hillbilly
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Are you curious what worm farming is and what it takes to get started? Can it really be fun and profitable? These are just a few questions I had before I started worm farming. You will see that... More > starting in worm farming is easy and fun! You will discover all the benefits of vermicomposting, it's many uses, and how to turn it into a fun and profitable hobby. Weather you take advantage or vermicompost for fishing bait, or a source of food for feeding your wild birds, feeding those backyard chickens or fish, or just fertilizing your organic backyard garden. This is a fun and enjoyable hobby anyone can learn. Getting started is easy so start now! Generate income and promote a healthy ecosystem and a healthy life. Get your copy today!< Less
The Urban Farmer By Jessi Lynn Bell
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THE URBAN FARMER is a collection of humorous true stories chronicling the ups-and-downs of a family farming for the first time. Surrounded by the challenges of living in a suburban neighborhood, the... More > author learns by trial-and-error everything from castrating calfs and pickling eggs to confronting hungry bears, killer bunnies, and leagues of neighborhood dogs. Based in Terrace, British Columbia.< Less
A Fresh Look: Observations on Artistic and Social Practices in Urban Farming By San Francisco Art Institute
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A Fresh Look: Observations on Artistic and Social Practices in Urban Farming
Brockton Urban Agriculture Plan By Andrew Kilduff & Tim Tensen
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In cities across the United States and beyond, urban agriculture has brought diverse urban communities together, humanized vacant and derelict sites, grown nutritious produce that reduces household... More > food expenses, and provided valuable job training and educational opportunities. Prompted by a need to address the growing number of residents raising chickens, city officials and community members of Brockton, Massachusetts, are interested in strategies for implementing, supporting, and regulating sustainable urban agriculture. This plan evaluates the benefits of and obstacles to urban agriculture in Brockton, explores community visions of what urban agriculture could look like in Brockton, and ends with recommendations to help the community coordinate agriculture-related efforts and develop sound policy supporting urban agriculture.< Less
Urban Farmer's Almanac By Jeromy Clements & Christopher Bartholomew
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This Detroit guide to urban agriculture will teach you how to acquire land, grow crops and clean the soil while harvesting food!
Window Farming From A - Z By Michael Hochberg
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Window Farm from A-Z is a comprehensive guide to window farming and container gardening for the urban resident and aspiring farmer.
Window Farming From A - Z By Michael Hochberg
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Window Farm from A-Z is a comprehensive guide to window farming and container gardening for the urban resident and aspiring farmer.
Mini Farming Guide: For Beginners By Matthew Hollinder
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With rising nation-wide concerns about the presence of GMO’s and pesticides in crops, as well as concerns about food cost, more and more people across the United States are gaining an interest... More > in growing their own fruits and vegetables. As a result, mini-farming, is now becoming a growing trend in both rural and urban areas around the country. Those living in cities with decent-sized balconies and access to rooftop gardens are now growing and harvesting just as much food as a small, quarter-acre farm in a country setting. Though this kind of lifestyle is the desire of many people of all walks of life, not all of them are entirely sure of how to get started. Many questions should be asked ahead of time. Is this going to be expensive? What kind of equipment will we need? What crops could we plant? Are there specific techniques to planting these crops? And, finally, is it possible to share the results with the local community?< Less