Check out Pam Warhurst’s TED talk on how we can eat our landscapes. She is absolutely amazing and her energy is so infectious. Pam Warhurst is the Chair of the […]
October 31st was a more frightening halloween then usual. Nature released an article proclaiming that one-third of our greenhouse gas emissions come from agriculture. Two reports published by the Consultative Group on […]
A Swedish social enterprise is building a 54m high vertical farm that can feed up to 300,000 people. Plantagon isn’t like other companies. In fact, they say that business as […]
Vancouver-based Alterrus Systems has begun building North America’s first VertiCrop urban farming system on the top level of a downtown Vancouver parking lot. Using hydroponic methods the system has the capacity to […]
In 1999 a group of New York residents began an ambitious experiment reclaiming a large expanse of abandoned elevated freight train tracks by turning the space into a public park. […]
From bee-keeping to community and school gardens, from aquaculture to rooftop farming, urban agriculture is becoming an essential element of food security, improving access to healthy, affordable food in a rapidly urbanizing world. It generates much-needed skills development and local employment while improving local environmental and community health.