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Urban Farm Blogs

  • City Stock by Audrey Pavia

    City Stock

    by Audrey Pavia

    Keeping farm animals in the city can be a real hoot. Follow freelance writer Audrey Pavia's adventures in Southern California with a yard full of urban livestock, including horses, chickens, a Corgi and an urban barn cat. She somehow manages all these silly critters by herself while working full-time. And you thought "The Simple Life" was out there? Go now »

  • The Hungry Locavore by Judith Hausman

    Locavore Recipes

    by Judith Hausman

    As a long-time freelance food writer, Judith Hausman has written about every aspect of food, but local producers and artisanal traditions remain closest to her heart. Eating close to home takes this seasonal eater through a journey of delights and dilemmas, one tiny deck garden, farmers’ market discovery and easy-as-pie recipe at a time. She writes from a still-bucolic but ever-more-suburban town in the New York City 'burbs. Go now »

  • Digging Italy by Rick Gush

    Rick's Favorite Crops

    by Rick Gush

    Rick Gush has long been a staunch organic gardener. While a student at the University of California at Davis he worked at local tomato and sugar beet farms and continued in the agricultural and horticultural industries for many years. A career move in the 1990s led him to design computer games, but no matter how much of a techie he’s become, gardening and farming remain his principal passions. Go now »

Meet Today's Farmer of the Day

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  • Celia

    Location: Providence, RI

    Day Job: Biologist

    Why I'm Getting Dirty: To keep me sane!

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