Tag: urban agriculture

Harvesting Justice 20: More than Just Food – Connecting Farm to Community

Just Food in New York City is doing what its name suggests: working to make the food system more just. It does this, first, by making community supported agriculture (CSAs), farmers’ markets, and gardens, more accessible and affordable in the city. Second, it helps small farmers survive, and even thrive, in the process.

Urban Farming in Baltimore

Editor’s note: This is the final post in our series on urban farming success stories in the United States. While my previous post in this series may give the impression [ … ]

Urban Agriculture in Kansas City

Editor’s note: This is the third post in our series on the success of urban agriculture across the United States. Like Chicago and Omaha, Kansas City has a historical association [ … ]

Urban Farming in Detroit

Editor’s note: This post is the first in our series on urban agriculture success stories. Under 50 years old? Than it’s probably difficult not to associate the phrase “urban decay” [ … ]