Weston Miller, Oregon State University’s Community and Urban Horticulturist, demonstrates best practices for transplanting vegetable starts in your garden.
Harriet Fasenfest explains how her early exposure to social injustice and her love of food led her down a certain path.
Two filmmakers travel the country to document the fast growing interest in urban agriculture.
Harriet Fasenfest offers a page-turning seasonal monthly breakdown of food in “A Householder’s Guide to the Universe: A Calendar of Basics for the Home and Beyond.”
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.
Michael Paine is a rare breed, a new family farmer. Young, & with no prior farming experience, this is his story.
New Orleans may not be known for its healthy food habits, but thats about to change.
Through the organization Common Vision, a band of 20-30 people (aka, the Fruit Tree crew) are making a tour of California in the “world’s largest vegetable oil-powered caravan” to visit various schools and communities to plant, perform, and paint (the 3 P’s).
As people flock to their local farmers market and discover the taste and freshness of locally grown fresh food, many decide that to do urban farming.
In this documentary, Taggart Siegel began working on Queen of the Sun in 2006, visiting beekeepers around the world to document their plight.