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Historical crops in Arizona may be future of agriculture

Historical crops farmed on the Tohono O'odham Reservation in Arizona may be part of the key to the future of sustainable agriculture.

Is sustainable agriculture reachable?

Iowa struggles to reach sustainability.

Urban Agriculture Booms Amid Drought

SACRAMENTO- As water is more limited than ever and food prices increase, many have gone to their backyards to plant vegetables in their gardens. Many edible plants are flying off the shelves at Pie...

The Pioneer : Activists initiate urban farm revolution

California State University East Bay

Urban farming tax credit announced for Baltimore City

As the abundance of food deserts remains a top concern in Baltimore City, a push to change that is now in the works.  Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and City Councilman announced the Urban Agriculture Tax Credit Tuesday.

Five Reasons Why You Should Be Promoting Urban Agriculture in Your City | PublicCEO

This is a guest post by Allison Paisner. April showers bring more than May flowers: for cities, springtime brings an opportunity to focus on more sustainable food systems. Gardens represent an ideal; the food they provide helps meet the needs of the present, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. ...

Asheville’s Sunil Patel Begins Drive to Establish Urban Farmers

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP) — Once, in America, and not that long ago, yard vegetable gardens were as common as sidewalks to the front door.

7 Urban Farmers You Should Know

These African Americans are making black the new green.

Cornell seeds urban farming in the Big Apple | Cornell Chronicle

ProvidedCornell Cooperative Extension-New York City associate Philson Warner and Food and Finance High School junior Christa Torres demonstrate Cornell’s mobile hydroponics unit.Partnering with Manhattan borough president Gale Brewer,

U.S. senator donates tractor to help with city's urban farming

An unlikely gift from Republican U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt is helping an urban farming group to break ground on vacant lots throughout the city's east side.

Harrisburg students learn lesson in aquaponics

Some Harrisburg students are taking part in a project that's really getting their hands dirty, gardening. But this isn't your typical garden…

Students spearhead school’s aquaponics project

Over the course of the last school year, New Richmond High School agriscience teacher Rachel Sauvola and her team of students, NRHS student Ellis Frank and Somerset High School student Austin Headlee, have been working on bringing the school’s aquaponics program up to speed.

Frank and Headlee h...

Benedictine nun uses aquaponics to raise fish, grow food and teach others

ST. LEOSister Miriam Cosgrove peeled back the black plastic tarp that covered a 250-gallon fish tank. The tilapia inside swam to the surface. 'A feeding frenzy,' Cosgrove, 73, said as the fish fought for each pellet of food that the Catholic sister dropped into the water.

Aquaponics Innovation Center opens in Montello

UWSP, Nelson and Pade facility is ‘partnership for education and economic development’

Connecting Producers, Investors: ‘Slow Money’ Movement Seeks to Grow Vermont’s Food System

White River Junction — A new nonprofit that promotes investment in a sustainable local and regional food system held its