Permaculture isn’t a hair treatment. It’s a sustainable, eco-centric way of life.
by Erik Knutzen
Down the Rabbit Hole
Packaged in small, low-maintenance bodies, rabbits are the urban livestock everyone wants as pets, fiber sources and meat producers.
by Chris McLaughlin
One Big, Happy Family
The small confines of an urban or suburban backyard makes keeping dogs and livestock together that much more challenging. Here’s how to do it right.
by Karin Pekarchik
The Great Garden Scheme
Whether you’re planning your first garden or your 50th, this article will take some of the guesswork out of the game.
by Nancy Mann Jackson
Build It: Cold Frame Construction
Make one giant leap toward self-sufficiency by building this simple structure to keep your garden growing year-round.
by Kelly Wood
Over the Rainbow
Swiss chard is as yummy as it is unusual-looking. Grow some with this guide.
by Carol J. Alexander
Where Urban Meets Farm: Superheroes of American Horticulture
So maybe Master Gardeners can’t leap buildings in a single bound, but their actions are nothing short of stupendous.
by Adrianne Shtop
Orchards of Brotherly Love
In the city’s vacant lots, the Philadelphia Orchard Project helps community groups grow hope.
by Tovah Martin
Rolling in the Dough
Imagine the scent of freshly baked bread and the satisfaction you’ll gain from learning to make this diet staple yourself.
by Deborah Madison
Cool It, Cook It, Clean It, Save It
Sustainability starts in the kitchen with these 11 fresh ideas.
by Judith Hausman
Learn about the most efficient heating and cooling method, provided courtesy of planet Earth: geothermal energy.
by John D. Ivanko
Urban Farm Road Trip: Los Angeles
Way out West, we found sustainable initiatives that every city can learn from.
by Erik Knutzen
Sustainable Kitchen Tools
- At Farm and Main
- Mail Slot
- UF Newsfeed
- Urban Storefront
- UF Connects
- Classified Advertising
- One Thing: Jules Dervaes