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The original source of this post can be found @ collectively.org Get the instructions booklet out and make sure all the pieces of your toolkit...

Original post can be found at: VoaNews.com The most precious time of the day for Shari Miles-Cohen is dinnertime, when her family gathers around the...

Viviana Franco is founder and executive director of From Lot to Spot, an organization that spearheads efforts for more community gardens and green space...

Original post can be found at: UnicornRiot On September 19th we met up with Fernanda Hart, the CANDO Sustainability & Food Access organizer, to...

Original post can be found at: WebUrbanist.com Powered by solar-paneled roofs overhead, these barge farms feature hydroponic space for produce...

  Original post can be found at: UrbanGardensWeb.com Photo: Paul Rivera for Gensler via USA Today Spreading over 24,000 square feet, JetBlue’s...

Original post can be found at: Earth911.com As the cost of fuel continues to rise, more and more people are realizing the importance of supporting...

Original post can be found at: NPR.org Homegrown Harvest: Britta Riley and Rebecca Bray tend to Brooklyn’s first window farm. This form of urban...

Original post can be found at: HuffingtonPost.com When Kate Daughdrill moved to Detroit to go to graduate school, she had no idea she would plant roots...

Original post can be found at: Express.co.uk DO YOU want to know the secret to a long and happy life? Vegetables. Not so much the eating of vegetables...

Original post can be found at: Newsweek.com With arable land becoming more and more sparse, and global populations continuing to rise, the only direction...

Original post can be found at: www.psfk.com FarmedHere is the largest indoor vertical farm in the United States, with 90,000 square foot space that all...

Originally posted on the Food is Free Project, on Facebook. Kale on the streets of London. Welcome to the new normal where #foodisfree Plant a garden...

Original article can be found at: “WideOpenCountry.com” If you’re craving your own fresh winter vegetables but don’t have the space for...

Original post can be found at: Realtytoday.com Millennials are most likely to garden in urban areas compared older generations, national survey says. Although...

Original post can be found at: http://www.fastcoexist.com/ This massive Japanese vegetable factory saves water and energy—along with human labor.When...

Original post can be found at: http://blogs.abc.net.au 13 October 2015 , 9:17 AM by Spencer Howson Left: Kay and John’s nature strip community veggie...

How did you get started with your blog? It started 3 years ago. I was just showing some of my food and veggie pics to one of my coworkers and he was like...

Original post can be found at: Inquisitr If your town isn’t on board with urban gardens, they are living in the past, because urban gardens are sprouting...

Original post can be found at: earth911.com Whether it’s because of the looming increase in water bills across the nation resulting from the ongoing drought,  or it’s the wealth of creative ways people are finding to harvest rainwater, the technique of rainwater collection is springing up in gardens throughout the United States. In fact, a recently published study...