Join the Perennial Plate crew as they visit an urban goat herder in Louisville, Ky.
Empty lots plus a passion for nutrition: How a food-stamp-reliant mother of four got into the food-justice movement.
If your football team can’t hack it on the field, perhaps they can grow some kick-ass kale. At least that’s the sentiment from Dallas’ Paul Quinn College. After the university cut its football program, President …
Meet some outlaw chickens and the people who harbor them -- in their quiet backyards.
After putting off soil testing for two years, will our fearless urban farmer find her backyard garden full of arsenic and lead?
Nat Turner and the hardworking young crew behind Our School at Blair Grocery are bringing healthy soil and fresh food to the Lower Ninth Ward.
In Brooklyn yesterday, BrightFarms announced that it would be building the largest rooftop farm … in the world!!! The New York-based company builds hydroponic greenhouse farms that are connected to supermarkets. The idea is to …
A group of volunteers in Brooklyn mapped all the vacant city-owned properties in the borough, and discovered a remarkable amount of unused real estate. Now, they’re giving residents the tools to reclaim the land for the good of the community.
Filmmaker Karney Hatch set out to document urban farming outside the U.S. Here's a sneak preview of what he found.
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