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  • 11 Steps to Starting an Agricultural Education Program in Your School

    According to The National FFA Organization (formerly Future Farmers of America), creating a proposal and getting started is easier than you think.

  • 12 Steps to a Transition Town

    Revitalize your community with these tips for starting a Transition Initiative.

  • 5 Tips to Keep Great Neighbors

    Cranky neighbors take the fun out of urban farming. Follow these tips to help everyone get along.

  • 5 Urban Farming Lessons

    Take these five lessons from the top of the urban-farm food chain to improve your backyard, rooftop, patio or community garden.

  • 5 Ways to Prove Your Urban-farming Cred

    Talk the talk and walk the walk by getting involved in urban farming in your community.

  • 6 Tips for Fruit Foraging

    Launch a local-food campaign with these fruit foraging tips.

  • 9 Tips for Cooperating with Your City

    Win the trust and respect of your city council to help further your urban-farming initiative and change laws.

  • Community Dining in New York

    Community dinners support a sustainable lifestyle through involvement and local food. Here's how two started in New York City.

  • Edible Landscaping: Good Enough to Eat

    Show your neighbors how beautiful food can be by pulling up your grass and replacing it with homegrown produce.

  • Find Your Urban-farming Community

    Plugging into urban-farming-related organizations across the U.S. will help you find the support you need to build your urban-farming-community network.


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