With time on our hands and food scarcity looming in the near future, there’s no better time than to grow a food garden.
Think one person can’t start a yardfarming movement? Think again. Seventeen-year-old Katie Stagliano has helped jumpstart 100 gardens in 33 states.
Two farms in Columbus, OH are increasing healthy food access for their local community.
Through education, community engagement, and a growing land trust, the Urban Farming Institute of Boston is transforming the city’s local food system.
Was your yardfarm exceptionally productive this year? Read this article to find out what to do with the extras.
We have a huge problem with the amount of food that just goes to waste. This article can help you cut down on food waste for your community.
It’s important to teach kids about healthy, sustainable food while they are young in order to develop good habits.
San Diego City College is teaching the next generation of urban farmers.
When homeless women cook for the public, the prejudices melt.