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Check out these great inspirational photos we found over at SeedsNow.com! From grow stations built inside of closets, bedrooms and even kitchens…people are starting seeds in every free corner of their home they can find. Happy planting everyone! To read the post, visit: “SeedsNow.com“ ...

“Since the farm opened for business last February using a small plot of land owned by a family friend, Gerber has expanded the farm to two additional plots owned by neighbors. Getting started was no easy task, Gerber said. Because much of the land was covered in a thick layer of clay, which hindered plants from taking root, Gerber and her farming partner...

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“These farms aren’t your traditional sprawling upstate acreage tended by laborers or a guy on a tractor in bib overalls. Set up near where Jay Z grew up, they’re 10 steel shipping containers converted into hydroponic vertical farms, meaning crops grow in tower formation with recycled water and without soil. Inside the LED-lit modular containers are rows...

“Space10 wants to change the way we look at what’s on our plates now in preparation for what will potentially appear on our plates in the years to come as the global population increases, the threat of climate change worsens and the old, tried and true methods of food production are rendered unsustainable. And just a heads up: The future of food, as Space10...

“In the small town of Oxford, Kane and Fiona Hogan have transformed their urban 1/2-acre property into abundant organic veggie gardens. Their business Urban Gardener aims to build resilience and food security in their local community.” Find the original video at: “HappyFilms.com“ ...

“KCET is working with community partners in El Monte and South El Monte to learn about the health and nutrition options available to residents in both cities and throughout the San Gabriel Valley and beyond. Can an urban farm make a difference in a community labeled a food desert? “SoCal Connected” goes to South El Monte where Earthworks, an urban...

“The best way to trick kids to eat veggies is to get them to grow it. They see the entire process from seed to plate,” said Lucke, who added that a number of community partners have been working for at least two years to make this day a reality. “We knew that the east side was a food desert. We knew that the east side didn’t have access to fresh fruits...

“Jesse DuBois is an urban agriculturalist. He moved to Los Angeles to become a screenwriter, but instead got caught up in reshaping the food system. He is the CoFounder and currently serves as the Chief Eclectic Officer for two start-ups: Farmscape, an urban farming maintenance company, and Agrisaurus, a web-based polyculture gardening assistant. Horticulturally,...

“Throughout her young adult life, Amanda Morse has worked entirely in the nonprofit food sector. When she moved to Portland, Oregon, she was ready to apply her skills in a new direction. Knowing she wanted to live in the city, Morse decided to become an urban farmer, and began researching vacant plots of land in the city using Google Maps and other online...

“They are Urban Farmers in Los Angeles that specialize in Microgreens harvested after the first true leaves develop, such as Arugula, Cilantro or Daikon Radish.” They’ll also deliver fresh Wheatgrass pre-cut to your door within 10 miles of Hermosa Beach, California. Learn more at: “MicrogreensLA.com“ ...

“Wright had been to prison and was struggling with a serious drug problem. He says he prayed for a change and a few days later met a man who’d recently started a small community garden. He invited Wright over to check it out.” “It was a vacant lot right next to his house, and he said he commandeered it. You know, this is the hood, I was like ‘commandeered?’...

On a two-acre plot behind a middle school in the District of Columbia you’ll find tomatoes and okra growing, along with an infrastructure for food entrepreneurs. “In a ward of the city with just two grocery stores serving more than 70,000 residents, fresh produce is hard to come by. But the Kelly Miller Farm, which will be situated behind a middle...

Raised bed gardens are an easy, manageable, and great way to grow vegetables, herbs, and even ornamentals. Here are 10 great raised bed vegetable garden ideas inspired by Instagram users around the world…” #bedengan #raisedbed #JktBerkebun A photo posted by JAKARTA BERKEBUN (@jktberkebun) on Dec 18, 2016 at 8:58pm PST Raised bed last summer...

“The Regina Food Bank is best known as a place that collects and distributes food, but now it’s growing its own — and in a big way. This week the agency officially launched its Four Seasons Urban Agriculture Project in its new greenhouse.” The greenhouse currently uses 48 vertical towers and they are growing a variety of crops such as broccoli,...

“Chanowk Yisrael, one of urban agriculture’s most vocal proponents in Sacramento County, talks about what he wants to do if Sacramento County’s proposed urban agriculture ordinance passes early next year.” Fatima Malik wants to farm this vacant plot in Del Paso Heights. The City of Sacramento is proposing new tax incentives to encourage...

“John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to a viewers home to share with you how she is growing food at her Condominium. You will discover how you can grow a lot of food in a small amount of space by using raised beds, containers, pallet garden, wine barrels, greenhouses and much more. You will also learn you can make compost or...

  “Over the last 16 years, Peterson has helped Arizonans plant more than 15,000 citrus, apple, fig and other varieties of trees in mostly urban areas throughout the state and educated thousands about urban farming through in-person classes and webinars via his Urban Farm U. Topics include growing food, raising animals for milk and eggs, jump-starting...

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“Living with the Land (originally Listen to the Land) is a log flume tour ride located within The Land pavilion which is part of Epcot theme park in Walt Disney World Resort at Lake Buena Vista, Florida. It is a slow-moving boat ride, which is part dark ride and part greenhouse tour. The focus of the ride is on agriculture, especially new technology to make...