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Annie Novak of Eagle Creek Farm, Brooklyn NYC

Why Rooftop Farms are where it's at - Milkwood: permaculture courses, skills + stories

Eagle Street Rooftop Farm in Brooklyn overlooks lower Manhattan’s famous skyline.

Eagle Street Rooftop Farm: The Future of Urban Agriculture - Eat Healthy - Natural Home & Garden

Eagle Street Rooftop Farm in Brooklyn overlooks lower Manhattan’s famous skyline.

Kids planting seeds in urban farms, this one in Lower Manhattan. Our future.

An Urban Farm Thrives Again in Lower Manhattan

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A few months ago, I attended a talk by two NParks staff who talked about Biodiversity on Rooftops in Singapore. This is an exciting concept .

Green roofs for ground-nesting plovers, Berne, Switzerland. Project workers add compost substrate (about 4 cm) to the topsoil of the roof at Shoppyland, Berne. (Photo by N. Baumann)

Green roofs for ground-nesting plovers, Berne, Switzerland. Project workers add compost substrate (about 4 cm) to the topsoil of the roof at Shoppyland, Berne.

Brooklyn Grange's New Brooklyn Navy Yard Roof Farm Celebrates First Harvest with Mayor Bloomberg | Inhabitat New York City #newyork #green #eco

Brooklyn Grange's New Brooklyn Navy Yard Roof Farm Celebrates First Harvest with Mayor Bloomberg

Brooklyn Grange's New Brooklyn Navy Yard Roof Farm Celebrates First Harvest with Mayor Bloomberg | Inhabitat New York City #newyork #green #eco

Eagle Street Rooftop Farm—Veteran New York Botanical Garden gardener Annie Novak heads up a team of employees, volunteers and apprentices.

Eagle Street Rooftop Farm: The Future of Urban Agriculture - Eat Healthy - Natural Home & Garden

Eagle Street Rooftop Farm—Veteran New York Botanical Garden gardener Annie Novak heads up a team of employees, volunteers and

Hyperlocal: Tom Colicchio’s Secret Farm, Right Next to the F.D.R. Drive #rooftop #garden

Tom Colicchio's Secret Farm, Right Next to the F.D.R. Drive

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"She couldn't wait to brag about how she cooked with her own homegrown produce, though Louisa knew the only person who would be impressed by that was herself."--The Creaking Tree (Marquette)

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