Many community-based resource-sharing organizations offer urban farmers the help and resources they need to get growing.
Farmers’ markets aren’t an exclusive club only meant for rural farmers. Amp up your urban operation, and start selling what you grow at market.
#castingcall #yardfarming #garden #prepping #urbangarden #suburbangardening #foodnotlawns A photo posted by Yardfarmers Show (@yardfarmers) on Jun 26, 2015 at 2:23pm PDT The Worldwatch Institute is turning the good-natured, cooperative-spirited, wholesome act of growing your own food into a competition for national television, and they want you, young urban farmers! With the issues of climate change, […]
For all those people who told you urban farming isn’t “real” farming or said your operation was too small to make a difference or earn an income, you now have something to fight back with. Nearly a fifth of the world’s food come from city farms, and more than 800 million people are growing […]
Photo by Audrey Pavia Me and Cowboy in the hills of Three Rivers, Calif. Being an urban farmer is really great, but every once in a while, I have the urge to get out to the country where the serious farmers live. I get this craving for the open road and the need to see […]