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Links 1 through 10 of 86 by Urban Wild tagged urban

From City Farmer TV "Next to a tall apartment building, residents have been given permission to dig up part of the building’s landscape and plant veggies. Ten residents share the work and share the produce."

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Tips and Tricks from an Urban Homestead

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What's wrong with the 1960s vision of moving toward a more sustainable lifestyle by growing your own food and raising kids with a few (or a few hundred) of your closest friends? Only one thing, says Andrew Millison: "The idea that you have to leave societ

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Every Lawn A Garden's mission is for every household in BC to have a food garden (a 'local' food supply) and for every community in BC to increase the capacity of its local food supply through a system of community and local gardens.

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This is a map/list of those who are both looking for space to garden, and those offering garden space. If you don't see a suitable partner, add yourself to the list and wait for a call. Keep checking back to see if a match turns up.

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A 16 hectare piece of reclaimed land along Tokyo Bay is home to a US$80 billion project called Tokyo Super Eco Town. Eleven private firms specialising in different ways of recycling have been chosen to operate there.

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Article found on City Farmer: Project has neighbourhood green spaces turned into affordable 'edible' landscapes

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The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization has opened a new front in its battle against hunger and malnutrition – in the world’s cities where most of global population growth is set to take place over the next decades.

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