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Large Indoor Farming Operation Coming to Indy's Near Eastside

An Ohio company is planning a new indoor produce growing operation on Indianapolis’ near eastside.

AeroFarms to open 'world’s largest indoor vertical farm'

AeroFarms' new 69,000 sq ft (6,410 sq m) facility in Newark, New Jersey, will be based in a converted steel factory and will incorporate a new corporate HQ for the firm. It's expected to grow high-quality and healthy produce all year round.

Group wants UMaine to serve local food

PORTLAND (AP) — A group of Maine food producers and organizations is pressing the University of Maine System to serve more locally grown food to students and staff.

Reversing the food desert, with local produce and help from Pembroke farm

Lorenzo R. Smith Elementary School will become the nation's first food hub selling locally-grown food to distributors and providing the school with both free and low-cost produce for school lunches.

A chef’s dish inspires a grand tour of Michigan’s local food movement

On a June afternoon, the day shift is moving into the kitchen at the Root, the locavore restaurant run by chef James Rigato in White...

Homegrown South roots for wider access to healthful local food

Fruits and vegetables can be pricey and don’t always make it into low-income families’ refrigerators.

12th Ave communal development residents plan Rooftop Farm to showcase urban agriculture

The neighbors of 12th Ave's Capitol Hill Urban Cohousing where each resident is an equal member of the company that owns the project are watching their building rise on the street where ground was ...

Can urban agriculture work in Santa Fe?

New film takes a closer look at whether local food sources are the better way to go

Does urban agriculture use too much water? - environmentalresearchweb

Some crops need less water than a well-tended lawn, finds study in Vancouver

Nonprofits revive plans for permanent farmers market, urban agriculture

Sustainable Farms and Communities, Columbia Center of Urban Agriculture and Columbia Farmers' Market are planning to raise money through the city of Columbia, various grants and a fundraising campaign to

‘What’s the Buzz About Wild Bees?’

Farming landscapes that encourage diverse pollinators, like bees, birds and insects, can help produce food that is abundant and nutritious.

The Internet of Things and the Future of Farming

The Internet of Things presents daunting technical and policy challenges. But smarter farming, for example, shows its potential.

The Internet of Things and the Future of Farming

The Internet of Things presents daunting technical and policy challenges. But smarter farming, for example, shows its potential.