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Grow healthy food and make new friends in the process by starting a community garden.
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After replacing their static front lawn with a living landscape, this Oregon couple realized becoming the talk of the town was a good thing.
Two British organizations make growing possible for landless gardeners.
Farmers’ markets aren’t an exclusive club only meant for rural farmers. Amp up your urban operation, and start selling what you grow at market.
The Fruit Tree Tour theater troupe teaches sustainability, organic eating and the importance of environmental responsibility to California students.
Add arboretums to your urban garden tool kit as handy resources for learning and networking.
From food to beautiful eco-habitats, green roofs offer numerous benefits to city residents.
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