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Black Beekeepers Are Transforming Detroit’s Vacant Lots Into Bee Farms
"Work hard, stay bumble" is their nonprofit motto.
Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture
A New Generation Of Small Farmers Is Emerging In Atlanta
K. Rashid Nuri
Founder and CEO, Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Ag...
Urban farmers are breaking ground on the city of the future.
Appetite For Change Inc
Rappers Get Real About Urban Farming, Swap Cheetos For Veggies
“Screaming Hot Cheetos and Takis / Boy, you better eat your broccoli.”
A Brief Introduction to the Law of Nuisance
Senior Scholar, Dean Institute for Corporate Governance and In...
The Court emphasized that the focus should be on the unreasonable impact and not on whether or not the conduct was unreasonable
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Elon Musk Revolutionized Cars. His Brother Wants To Do The Same For Food.
Alexander C. Kaufman
Kimbal Musk's growing farm-to-table restaurant empire is expanding into urban farming.
The Huffington Post
Meet The Urban Farming Bicycle Gang
This fleet of farmers is converting local lawns into food gardens.
The Huffington Post
This Urban Farmer Is Casually Feeding New Orleans For Free
David Young has started gardens on 30 abandoned lots left over from Hurricane Katrina.
The Huffington Post
It's Hard To Find Fresh Produce In North Philly -- But Not If You Grow Your Own
A once-bare plot of land is now helping feed the neighborhood.
How An Urban Farm In Philadelphia Is Transforming Lives
It does so much more than grow fresh produce.
Drones, Data and Insects: How Innovation Can Make the Food System More Sustainable
Senior Strategic Advisor and Senior Attorney at Earthjustice, ...
According to AgFunder News, a site that tracks agriculture and technology for investors, much of the recent growth in the
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People Will Soon Be Able To Forage For Free Food In This Floating Forest
This Farm Uses Rental Chickens To Egg On Those Curious About Urban Farming
Flock to Twin Cedar Farm.
The Missing Ingredient in Science Education
The NEA Foundation
Principals and educators should be commended for reaching out to community groups with real stakes in what students are learning. But they should also make special efforts to connect hands-on science with their parents and families.
Shrinking Cities- a Refuge for Bees: 5 Questions for Dr. Rebecca Tonietto
Tim Ward is the co-owner of Intermedia Communications Training...
The majority of our wild bees are solitary and do not live in hives, instead females excavate small tunnel nests into soil
Old MacRobot Had a Farm
To Build a Bridge to Abundance for All
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Art of "Waste": The New York Compost Box Project
Journalist, beekeeper and author of "Compost City: Practical C...
"Perhaps there could be a way to compost for credits toward fresh produce. Really, New Yorkers need to buy what they can consume and stop producing so much waste in the first place."
The Strange and Wondrous Life of an Urban Goat Herder
Co-founder | Creative Director of The Establishment.co
I think we can all agree that goats are a little weird. Or at least, seemingly. They are, perhaps, not unlike the elusive durian--much-maligned for being thorny and smelly. But just as the durian's facade gives way to delectably sweet fruit, so too does a goat's.
Detroit Artist Buys House for $600, Builds Urban Farm
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