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Urban Farm Magazine - Summer 2010




Deep Impact
Urban farms and public green spaces are a breath of fresh air for cities of all sizes. 
by Cherie Langlois

Don’t Worry, Grow Happy
Ecopsychotherapy: It’s the new happy pill of choice for city dwellers. 
by Joy Perrino Choquette

When Life Gives You Lemons, Give Back 
Get inspired by Anna Chan’s urban fruit-foraging and produce-collecting  mission. 
by Lisa Kivirist

Barnyard in Your Backyard
When keeping livestock, even the smallest parcel of land needs careful management. 
by Sharon Biggs Waller

Where Urban Meets Farm: This Land Is Our Land
Get into yard sharing, a growing movement to turn backyards into communal gardens. 
by Erik Knutzen

Wick It, Wick It Good
Build your own self-watering containers, and keep your thirsty plants happy. 
by Laura Hill

Grow, Grow Container Greens
From arugula to watercress, learn to grow these leafy veggies in no space at all. 
by Jessica Walliser

Water Wise 
Follow these 24 tips for dry-climate gardening success. 
by Debbie Moors

Put a Cork in It
Wine doesn’t have to come from the store. Make your own from local  ingredients. 
by Eve Adamson

Urban Kitchen Confidential: Small-space Storage Solutions
Hoard your harvest creatively with ideas from these urban farmers. 
by Cheryl Morrison

Urban Farm Road Trip: Washington, D.C.
Catch a glimpse of what’s shaking in sustainability in the capital city. 
by Greg Plotkin

Power-up with Photovoltaics
Urban farmers everywhere are being turned on to solar power for their homes. 
by John Ivanko


Backyard Coop
Barbara Kilarski

Green Thumb 
R.J. Ruppenthal

Curbside Tools
Small-space watering equipment
Debbie Moors

Urban Feast 
Deborah Madison


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