Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Reading Round Up: Big Onion Edition
Kirkland, WA artist's garden pots grow veggies galore
Canadian Parks to Integrate Farming
Hard Philanthropy: 50 Cent Fights Hunger With Energy Drink
Autonomous self-steering tractor could make farmers' lives a lot easier
Will Aquaponics and Other Urban Farms Yield a Green Job Harvest?
Turmeric, the Potential Cure for Cancer Found in Indian Food
Restoring Forests and Planting Trees On Farms Can Greatly Improve Food Security
Are Shipping Containers the Solution to Food Deserts?
Urban gardening taking off at O'Hare Airport
Could cities rely 100% on urban agriculture for their food?
Consumers Willing to Pay Premium for Healthier Genetically Modified Foods
The Easy-Bake Oven loses its incandescent bulb
Government bins 'sell-by' dates to reduce food waste
Watch a video featuring Zach Pickens, a fellow rooftop gardener from Young, Broke & Hungry: The Rooftop Garden Project
Mobile Farmers Markets Would Deliver the Garden to the Garden State
Buying Local, Feeding Needy, Till Fordham Calls a Halt
Pensioner grows world's biggest ever onion...a 17lb 15oz whopper
A company rooted in American history refuses to wither away
Go ahead, Maker Faire my day
Will Detroit's Hantz Farms be the World's First Urban Farm?
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