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UK: Researchers explore potential for an urban agriculture revolution in the UK

Book of Hours. c. 1540 “The ultimate aim is to produce an evidence base for researchers and policy makers on the potential and impact of...

Pennsylvania Man Quits Day Job, Starts Urban Farm

Yale Wolfe grows microgreens, such as red amaranth, in his urban farm in Nanticoke. He sells them to local chefs. Courtesy Of Wolfepack Urban...

Scotland: Aberdeen residents fight to preserve under-threat community garden

A group of Aberdeen residents has joined forces with a community garden project to protect it from being turned into housing. By Kirsten RobertsonThe Press...

Sinapore: Ang Mo Kio ‘rooftop carpark farm’ to grow four tonnes of vegetables monthly

At the height of production, the 1,800 sq m rooftop farm aims to grow up to four tonnes of veggies a month. St Photo:...

Up to 120,000 honeybees make their home in two beehives on the roof of...

Edwood City, Ca – February 28: Kendal Sager, owner of Sager Family Farm, checks on one of two honeybee beehives on the roof of...

Closing Chicago Composters Will Make The Windy City Less Green

Ed and Dale Hubbard, owners of Nature’s Little Recyclers. Institute For Justice. The Chicago Sun Times revealed that tons of recyclable products were diverted to...

Digging for the roots of urban gardening behaviours

Pomegranate, Worm, and Peach Joris Hoefnagel (Flemish / Hungarian, 1542 – 1600) and Georg Bocskay (Hungarian, died 1575) We conducted semi-structured interviews with 23 gardeners...

Texas farmer feels pressure as big city is closing in on the farm

See the video here. Farmers all over the country are feeling the big city closing in on their farms. By AGDAILY Staff and Jennifer Dorsett Texas Neighbours Winter...

Sweden: What Plantagon’s Bankruptcy Could Tell Us About the Future of Large-scale Vertical Farming

Plantagon also intended to roll out 10 more farming locations in the city by 2020, and has 55 approved international patents. By Jennifer Marston The Spoon March...

David Johnson, Cream City Farms and the Power of Food in Milwaukee

Photo Credit: Erin Bloodgood. Each year, Johnson is working to increase his production, so he can sell to local restaurants and eventually employ full-time workers. By...
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