Meet Julie. Julie put raised garden beds in her yard after it was torn up for sewer repair. For thinking outside the box, Julie might be going to jail.
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- DOWNSIZE + RIGHT SIZE
- FOOD + FARMING
- KEEP YOUR TECH ALIVE
- OFF THE GRID
- SOLAR ENERGY
- URBAN SURVIVAL
- ZOMBIES, ETC.
A new series on Insteading from Glenn Meyers that covers the philosophical side of gardens and gardening. It starts today, and it’s gonna be great!
California gov. Jerry Brown signed the Neighborhood Food Act into law last week, asserting the rights of individuals to grown produce on their land.
Microgreens are delicious, easy-to-grow food sources that are high in nutrients and easily moveable- Julie Finn does a great job explaining this how to!
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder approved a plan to allow Hantz Woodlands to buy and transform 150 acres of empty or decrepit Detroit lots into an urban farm.
Teh Garden Tower Project hopes to revolutionize urban gardening and food security by allowing you to grow up to 50 plants in just 4 sq. feet of floorspace.
Despite technological advances and the proliferation of GMO crops from companies like Monsanto, we – as individuals – have very little in the way of long-term food security. That’s what Harvesting Justice believes, at least, and they’re working hard to convince you that it’s true. Harvesting Justice is a series about getting back to traditional […]
Insteading is celebrating National Honey Month, and this felt like a great opportunity to talk about bees! I know, bees can be a little bit scary. They can sting, and they sometimes make the hives in just the wrong part of your garden. But bees are having a tough time of it lately, and our food future depends on those little guys!