Can a Major City Grow All Its Own Food

Can a Major City Grow All Its Own Food? (video)

Is it a practical goal worthy of hard work to achieve? Or, too lofty a goal, with more modest expectations, still plenty worth the effort? Tim Donovan shares his unique perspective on the matter.

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Growing Food, Transforming Lives

There has been a recent return to growing food gardens. In Missoula, MT, they are taking it a step further with a program called Garden City Harvest.

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Heritage Apple Orchard for the Community

April 22, 2011 An abandoned apple orchard, originally planted in 1911 by University of Minnesota (Duluth) horticulturists, was discovered nestled behind pine trees. “The last known map of the orchard, with records that identified trees by variety, was drawn in 1948. By the 1970s the orchard was abandoned. But a new generation of apple fanciers, […]