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Random Acts of Gardening

  • 3 Agrihoods Make Changes From Soil Up

    Communities prioritize food and agriculture in urban and suburban neighborhoods formed around farming.

  • 5 Rules for Urban Wild Food Foraging

    Supplement your diet—and save money in the process—by gleaning the wild and wonderful plants growing around your city.

  • 5 Ways to Start a Community Garden

    Grow healthy food and make new friends in the process by starting a community garden.

  • 5 World Cup Countries That Win Trophies for Urban Farming

    Football (aka soccer) isn’t the only buzz in these nations—their urban farming movements are also growing strong.

  • 6 Ways To Fight Hunger With Your Garden

    Pay it forward with your harvest by growing food that you intend to give away.

  • 8 Edibles You Can Grow Indoors This Winter

    Don’t give up on gardening just because it’s cold. Get your green-thumb fix by growing these fruits and vegetables inside.

  • A Country Cottage in the City

    After replacing their static front lawn with a living landscape, this Oregon couple realized becoming the talk of the town was a good thing.

  • Breaking Ground in the U.K.

    Two British organizations make growing possible for landless gardeners.

  • Can I Sell at a Farmers' Market as an Urban Farmer?

    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.

  • Fruit Trees for Kids

    The Fruit Tree Tour theater troupe teaches sustainability, organic eating and the importance of environmental responsibility to California students.


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