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Urban growth: meet the city farmers looking to use vacant land and abandoned buildings to transform Scotland’s food landscape

Abi Mordin and Kristina Nitsolova (blue shirt) are ‘Propogate’. They are a driving force in Urban Gardening and are photographed here at Moogety Community garden in Govan..24/05/18. (Photo by Kirsty Ande) Dr Roy Neilson, a scientist at Dundee’s James Hutton Institute, said there was “real potential” for urban growers to supply city cafes and other […]...

Former orphanage now home to North Little Rock nonprofit that offers urban farming opportunities

Credit: Special to the Democrat-Gazette/JANET B. CARSON The Farm Stand at St. Joseph Center. Credit: Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Janet B. Carson In the middle of the largest and most urban county in Arkansas sits a 63-acre plot of land dedicated to urban sustainable farming. By Janet B. Carson Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette May 17, 2018 […]...

Coyotes blamed for killing 27 chickens at Cincinnati urban farm

Video link. “We know we have coyotes on the property,” Lynch said. “We trapped three. We had a trapper trap three of them for us.” By NBC4 Staff May 19, 2018 Excerpt: Hungry coyotes are blamed for what some call a chicken massacre in Ohio. The canines apparently broke into an urban chicken farm owned […]...

Canada: Embracing ‘citified’ agriculture means rethinking land use priorities, says U of A researcher

Michael Granzow says projects like community gardens in cities are beneficial, but they need to be part of longer-term planning that also looks at issues like land use, housing and income inequality. (Photo: Supplied) “Urban agriculture isn’t going to be the answer to all of our problems, but it’s a space of hope—a small but […]...

Urban Bee Farms Transform Detroit’s Vacant Lots

Photo courtesy of Detroit Hives As the city removes thousands of blighted properties, this couple saw an opportunity to support a cooperative economy. By J. Gabriel Ware YES May 17, 2018 Excerpt: Last year, Paule and his partner, Nicole Lindsey, bought a 32,000-square-foot lot on the city’s east side from the Detroit Land Bank Authority […]...

Adopt an AgLanta “Grows-A-Lot”

AgLanta “Grows-A-Lot” is a City of Atlanta program that invites entrepreneurs, non-profits, and residents to apply for a 5-year renewable license to adopt a vacant, city-owned property to start a new urban garden or urban farm in AgLanta. Jordan Johnson | Communications Manager City of Atlanta | Mayor’s Office of Resilience Together, we are producing […]...