Why Joining the Urban Agriculture Movement Will Make You Healthier

Source of this contest is from usnews.com by Corinne Ruff Nearly a decade ago, neighbors living near an abandoned elementary school in LeDroit Park in the District of Columbia described the area as a “thriving, open-air crack market.” But today, the once dangerous lot is flourishing with leafy greens, medicinal herbs and sour cherries. “Our […] […]

Mom. Wife. Dreamer of self-sufficiency. Meet Naturally Loriel

This interview is originally from SeedsNow.com (source: http://www.seedsnow.com/blogs/news/28929665-featured-homesteader-blogger-naturallyloriel-com) How would you quickly describe yourself to others? Mom. Wife. Dreamer of self-sufficiency. Lover of sweets. Knack for storytelling. Chicken & cat lady. =) How did you get started with your blog? I got started with my blog, NaturallyLoriel.com, because I had just found out information on […] […]

Compass Green: Mobile Greenhouse visits Frontier Co-op | Real Food Media [VIDEO]

A roving mobile greenhouse teaches children about where their food comes from. “Compass Green is a school garden on wheels. It is a fully functional mobile greenhouse built in the back of an 18-foot box truck that grows vegetables, grains and herbs and is powered by waste vegetable oil. The project teaches practical farming tools and […] […]

Why Cant All Supermarkets Grow Food On The Roof Like This One Did?

Two London supermarkets are supporting the production of safe, healthy food by sourcing food locally, or growing it themselves. Jennifer Glasse reports from the British capital about the latest efforts in food sustainability, a term often associated wi… […]