In which our heroine travels to a real farm and resists buying a dozen laying hens — but settles for a half-dozen.
Gardeners should take a good hard look at what’s in our urban soil. But does that mean rural soil should get off easy?
Farm programs on abandoned military land are opportunities to strengthen food deserts.
Grist’s New Agtivist interview series returns, with the voice behind the Boston Tree Party — a plan to create a massive, decentralized urban orchard.
Ask Umbra joins the tar-sands protests and gets interviewed by a radio program called Mrs. Green’s World.
As soon as it got warm enough, Tei and I started bickering about the chicken coop. The plan was that “we” would build it, but we both knew that meant Tei would grumble about it first, and then reluctantly figure …
A new project raises bees on undeveloped land near O’Hare Airport, trains ex-convicts in beekeeping, and sells the resulting honey and beeswax.
Welcome to my Bedford-Stuyvesant urban farm.