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Dream of nesting down with a flock of chickens, but too intimidated to try it? Our green-living pioneer, the Greenie Pig, discovers it’s not as hard as you think.
On Tuesday, San Francisco passed game-changing legislation that should cement the city’s role as a national leader in urban food production.
Whether or not that is a good thing is a matter of opinion.
We’ve covered a lot of good farmland with concrete over the years. But taking it back for urban farming may not be as difficult as it sounds.
A report this week from the New York Times indicates that bee swarms are increasing in the city. While a debatable point, having more bees would almost certainly be a good thing.
The author talks about her new book, Urban Farms, the difference between a farm and a garden, and how city farmers are moving beyond the trend factor.
We don’t really know how or if we can save the bees, but that doesn’t mean the actress won’t do her best to try.
Two small examples of how Europeans are responding to ongoing economic uncertainty. Inspiring? Depends on how you look at it.