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Urban Farming

Urban Farming

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Lawns have taken over the American landscape. Food Not Lawns is an urban agriculture movement to motivate homeowners to tear up their lawns and replace them with food gardens. It's better for the Earth and for your health!

Food Not Lawns: Reasons to grow food in your backyard

Urban Farming is Wheat Ridge, Colorado.

Why a Denver Suburb Has Gone All-In for Farming

Teachers learn about gardens at GTN Charlotte.

Brooklyn Grange - A New York Growing Season.

Brooklyn Grange - A New York Growing Season

To save the planet, the United Nations calls for us to get rid of modern agriculture as we know it and adopt organic farms and a localized food system.

United Nations Calls for an End to Industrialized Farming

Urban farming helps feed the world.

Urban farming helps feed the world

Urban Agriculture in Tampa Bay.

Urban agriculture grows up in Tampa Bay

Raising a couple turkeys in the backyard.

Urban Farming in Sacramento.

Aeroponic Garden in the upper concourse of O'Hare Airport.

Fly Chicago | O’Hare | Aeroponic Garden

UN Report Says Small-Scale Organic Farming Only Way to Feed the World.


Urban Farming in Lakewood, Colorado.

Little Farm in Suburbia

New York City Backyards Welcome Chickens and Bees.

New York City Backyards Welcome Chickens and Bees

Students at River Road Elementary in Eugene Oregon enjoying their School Garden Project.

Students Celebrate School Garden Project | KEZI

Green Urban Lunch Box.

The Super Green School Bus

Beantown Farming: 10 Urban Agriculture Projects in Boston.

10 Urban Farming Projects in New York City.

10 Urban Farming Projects in New York City » EcoWatch

60 days from lawn to garden.

An Urban Farm on the Rooftop of Affordable-housing Project in Harlem.

Tips for Starting an Apartment Garden.

Turning School Gardens into Outdoor Classrooms.

A Garden in a Vacant Lot in Downtown Philadelphia.