You are here: Home Homestead Living Preparedness Urban Farming: the Quiet Revolution Urban Farming: the Quiet Revolution If the idea of urban farming wasn’t a hugely revolutionary act then people like Sean Law and Julie Bass wouldn’t be losing their homes and facing jail. by Jo Borrás February 27, 2014, 1:00 pm If the idea of growing your own food wasn’t a revolutionary act that scared the established monied hierarchy then people like Sean Law wouldn’t be in danger of losing their home and people like Julie Bass wouldn’t be facing jail time. Over at our sister site, Green Living Ideas, writer Andrea Bertoli recently covered a TEDx talk by Jesse Dubois, who made the decision to create urban gardens that will supply food for decaying cities like Detroit and Cleveland. Here’s more on that story, below. Farmscape: The Importance of Urban Farming (via Green Living Ideas) How do you start a revolution? Simply look around you are see what issues need to be solved, and figure out how you can be a part of the solution. Does this seem simplistic? Absolutely. But is it doable? Of course! Entrepreneurs of all ages are creating… See more Previous article New Nutrition Labels are Coming! Next article 5 Gallon Bucket Gardening: Seven Ways to Reuse Plastic Buckets for Growing Food Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Upload a photo / attachment to this comment: (Allowed file types: jpg, gif, png, mov, maximum file size: 6MB.