King Corn filmmakers, Curt Ellis and Ian Cheney, have come together to create another film about how do we grow fresh, local food in urban environments.
Beets are easy to grow. There are just a few key things you need to know to ensure success
In Portland, Oregon, a small gathering celebrates the one year anniversary of the food garden just outside city hall.
March 23, 2010 Do you have a yard that would be perfect for growing food, but have 1. no interest 2. too much for you to handle 3. don’t know where to start? Well, it’s time to connect up over at Hyperlocavore – an online site to bring people together who yardshare in order to […]
Packets of seeds can quickly add up. Learn an easy way to organize them in this short video.
February 08, 2010 If you are a food grower, it’s that time of year, again! Either you’re anxiously awaiting your seed order delivery, or you’re still pondering what will I grow this year. It doesn’t really matter if you only have a few pots on the patio or several beds in the backyard…planning and planting […]
January 17, 2010 In neighborhoods where it has been hard to find fresh produce, a new organization, La Mesa Verde, helps put raised-bed vegetable gardens within reach – just outside their backdoor. “Nobody was going into the homes,” said Raul Lozano, 55, the son of farm workers, whose passion for gardening inspired him to form […]
From growing fresh food to opening minds to new ways of thinking, First Lady Michelle Obama has cultivated something special from the White House Garden.
January 14, 2010 Great visualization: A plot of land, in the middle of downtown Shenzhen, China, that shows people where their food comes from and the importance of agriculture lands…now, and especially in the future. The add-joining map of the vicinity is to scale with the plot. via @inhabitat Go to Original Post…
The Mushroomery in Lebanon, Oregon is where we find owners Dustin and Jen, and a whole house full of WWOOFers.