Soil depletion is a major global problem, but you can do your part to help. Home composting programs could provide incentives for families to keep food waste out of landfills.
Have you ever heard of trench composting? Think: composting without the bin.
Can compost be turned into a valuable business?
Was your yardfarm exceptionally productive this year? Read this article to find out what to do with the extras.
Have you ever thought about what a self-sufficient neighborhood would look like? Read this article from Shareable to find out.
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.
Creative businesses aim to get food that would otherwise be wasted into the hands of those who can use it.
The amount of food that we waste collectively is staggering. Having accessible compost bins around your city could help put some of that food waste back into the earth as nutrients.
Urban farming is always a good idea, but it’s good to learn a bit about the site you are going to farm as well — in particular, the health of the soil.
Learn how to take your yardfarm to the next level with permaculture!
As more people move to cities, the urban agriculture movement is trying to keep up.
Turn your city into an urban farming oasis!