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Edible City: Grow The Revolution   video
Green Lifestyle  (tags: edible city, grow the revolution, food, grassroots agenda, people power, urban farming, good food movement, green living, local, healthy )

Brian
- 457 days ago - youtube.com
"A movement that's making real change and doing something truly revolutionary: growing the model for a healthy, local food system." 1H, 11m
Chicago Announces Nation's Largest Urban Farm Project in City's Poorest Area
Green Lifestyle  (tags: Chicago, indoor farm, Urban Farm, Urban Farming, urban farms, vertical farm )

Judy
- 496 days ago - organicauthority.com
The long-range plan aims to turn the vacant lots into a thriving community built around local produce.
Garden Wizard Turns Urban Areas Into Edible Landscapes
Green Lifestyle  (tags: edible landscape, home and garden, Seattle, urban farming )

Shaheen
- 562 days ago - livinggreenmag.com
Michael Seliga is a landscaper on a mission. He wants people to think differently about the urban outdoors. His message is simple - "Eat your yard."
Urban Farming Takes Root In Brazil's Favelas
Green Lifestyle  (tags: greenproducts, green, food, garden, Brazil, urban farming, self-efficiency, Favelas, women, their own, environment, children, health, nutrition )

Naoko
- 716 days ago - ipsnews.net
Women of one of the poorest neighborhood of this city 40km north of Lio de Janeiro no longer have to spend money on vegetables, because they have learned to grow their own, as organic urban gardening takes off in Brazil.
Tell Berkeley: Let Backyard Gardeners Sell Their Fruits and Veggies - Sign the Petition | Change.Org | Sustainable Food | Everyo
Green Lifestyle  (tags: Sustainabililty, food, garden, Farmer's Markets, urban farming, local food production, urban planning, healthy, business, organic )

Greg
- 1219 days ago - food.change.org
Tell Berkeley's Planning &Development Dept to help local food movement grow & thrive. Berkeley is seen as one of the most progressive, food-focused cities in US. If Berkeley supports urban gardeners, other towns might too, allowing more local/urban farms
Healthy Soil for Urban and Suburban Farmers and Gardeners
Green Lifestyle  (tags: food, nutrition, garden, toxic soil, health, urban farming, locavores, garden, greenliving, organic )

Roseann
- 1321 days ago - grist.org
Urban gardening has a dark side -- toxic soil. A reader wants to know whether cosmopolitan dirt is safe for growing food. Is there lead in that urban farm salad? Ask Umbra investigates and gives some soil savvy tips for urban and suburban-dwellers with gr
Urban Farming Is Catching on in New Orleans
Green Lifestyle  (tags: urban farming, Sustainabililty, gardening, organic, good news )

Dawn
- 1347 days ago - nola.com
Hundreds of New Orleans residents are growing their own produce, keeping backyard chickens, & even experimenting with other livestock in a city whose laissez-faire regulatory environment and long hours of sunshine make ideal conditions...
The Bold New Faces of Urban Farming
Green Lifestyle  (tags: urban farming, innovative progrms )

Judy
- 1432 days ago - salon.com
It's not just kids and dirt. From indoor fish farms to business training for refugees, a slide show of 11 pioneers
Urban Farming, a Bit Closer to the Sun / Highlighting Rooftop Gardens From SF to NYC!
Green Lifestyle  (tags: rooftop gardens, urban farming, Bay Localize, San Francisco, NYC, Green Roofs for Healthy Cities )

Larry
- 1766 days ago - nytimes.com
City dwellers have long cultivated pots of tomatoes on top of their buildings. But farming in the sky is a fairly recent development in the green roof movement, in which owners have been encouraged to replace blacktop with plants, often just carpets of su
New Yorkers Try Urban Composting / A New Can of Worms
Green Lifestyle  (tags: urban farming, gardening, New York, worms, compost, composting revolution, Garbage Land: On the Secret Trail of Tra )

Larry
- 1884 days ago - nytimes.com
Food accounts for about 13 percent of the nation's trash -- it is the third largest component after paper and yard trimmings -- and about 16 percent of New York's. "There's a growing awareness of its value," said Elizabeth Royte. "We had a recycling revolut
   

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