Category Archives: Urban farming

Detroit Grows Food, not Cars

Detroit’s Good Food Cure –by Larry Gabriel, Yes Magazine, Oct 25, 2012 Weekend mornings are the busiest days of the week at D-Town Farm. That’s when up to 30 volunteers from across Detroit come out to till the earth and … finish reading Detroit Grows Food, not Cars

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Todmordon and NDG Mordor

Incredible Edible is an audio episode of Unwelcome Guests that talks about the local food movement and environmental NGO’s that suck in unsuspecting NDG’s (naive do-gooders.) On local food it presents the soundtrack to Incredible Edible Todmordon, the town growing … finish reading Todmordon and NDG Mordor

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Field Trip to Morro Bay?

Meet the winners of our One-Block Contest: See how neighbors banded together to grow everything they planned to eat in the ultimate block party Not a whole lot grows in foggy, windy Morro Bay, a quiet surfing outpost on California’s … finish reading Field Trip to Morro Bay?

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Food Not Geraniums

Carrots in the car park. Radishes on the roundabout. The deliciously eccentric story of the town growing ALL its own veg. By Vincent Graff, 10th December 2011 Admittedly, it sounds like the most foolhardy of criminal capers, and one of … finish reading Food Not Geraniums

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