A collection of my favorite links from the week. Today's focus is on urban gardening and how we can begin to start overthrowing our broken food systems and take our health and nutrition into our own hands.
The closest urban garden to me is Huerto Roma Verde in Mexico City. No, wait, that doesn't make sense. I'll try that again...
The closest urban garden to me is Huerto Roma Verde in Mexico City. It also happens to be one of the most beautiful examples I've come across. They are less focused on production and more on education and programming. The experimental sustainable architectural structures there are quite impressive and host some fantastic events.
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BOSTON GLOBE PODCAST: The Power of Urban Farming
I consider podcasts to be journalism and therefore just articles with sound.
OK I'm just going to run with the theme. This is a great resource for articles and actions regarding food sustainability and responsibility.
Even if you don't read Spanish, this article on Salmiana's founder (urban plant design) is worth the photos.
Consultation services and online classes for realistic urban farming solutions.
Not as sexy as a reclaimed parking lot in a busy city center, but a lot more mobile and, so, practical.
Consultation services and online classes for realistic urban farming solutions
And just in case anyone has had the luxury of forgetting about this horrendous trend, welcome back to the sleepless nights filled with why's and JUST, WHY's: