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Farmer in the City

  

  

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Pattie Baker

Location:  Dunwoody, GA

Day Job:  writer specializing in sustainability

The Digs:  Backyard, Community Garden, Front yard

Crops:  from Amaranth to Worms!

Why I'm Getting Dirty:  Local action. Global traction.

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  • Posted by: Misplaced Gardener on April 27th, 2012 at 11:05 am

    I did not know that worms could be called a "crop", as for the amaranth, do you make flour hrom it?

 
  • Posted by: on June 1st, 2011 at 01:08 pm

    If you’re not already getting your bimonthly issues of Urban Farm, you’re missing out on the guide on how to be more self-sufficient by growing some of your own food and treading lightly on the environment in the space you have. Articles include how-to projects, gardening basics, composting, beekeeping, roof-top gardening, preserving and freezing, and time and money-saving ideas. Subscribe today -- 1 year (6 issues) as low as $15.00.

 
  • Posted by: Nicole on April 26th, 2011 at 07:46 pm

    Hi, as I was browsing I came across your page and noticed that you are a writer. I am graduating next May with an English degree, and plan to write, emphasizing traveling and sustainability. I would love to get any advice from you in this field or suggestions on next steps. Thanks for your time!

 
  • Posted by: Tanya Piedra on September 9th, 2010 at 12:40 pm

    Hi, I am in Miami but my daughter lives in Alpharetta I visit her often. Do you know the location of the farmers market there? I would like her to get into eating organic. I am going to check out your site, and you might want to check out UrbanOasisProject.org
    I love that we are getting such rich resources and encouragement such as this magazine.

 
  • Posted by: Nebraska Dave on August 8th, 2010 at 05:32 am

    Congrats on being farmer of the day. From your last blog entry it sounds like Atlanta is really moving forward in community gardening. In my city most all of the community gardens are on church properties. The churches have really stepped up and offered extra property to the public, not just church members, to grow many different things.

 
  • Posted by: Nebraska Dave on August 7th, 2010 at 05:40 am

    I loved your last post in your personal blog. The tour of the Clinton Community Garden was great. I think it's a wonderful thing that NYC would have places like that.

 
  • Posted by: Nebraska Dave on August 6th, 2010 at 05:44 am

    It is nice to have a magazine geared toward urban gardening isn't it?

 
  • Posted by: Pattie Baker on July 30th, 2010 at 11:30 am

    Hi everyone! I love that all us urban ag folks finally have a magazine we can call our own.

    I write about all aspects of sustainability at www.foodshedplanet.com, and frankly, I see lots of these topics covered in Urban Farm as well.

    It's nice to be home.

 
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