9 responses

  1. joetrainor
    June 20, 2011

    Urban farming is crucial for hummanikind to reduce our carbon footprint, with the added bonus of improving freshness (eg nutrition!) and flavour (Canadian spelling)!

    Peace from Toronto,

    Joe Trainor, Editor / Publisher
    21st Century Architecture Blog

  2. dasybrroks
    June 22, 2011

    Want to see wonders and examples of Green Building? What it can bring? Just check out this Application to see what we can do for our Surroundings
    http://bit.ly/kBTsFh

  3. JC
    June 23, 2011

    so much vegetation!

  4. lilu0911
    January 27, 2012

    This is another reason why I love New York so much. : )

  5. Gregory Paponetti
    May 6, 2013

    Bravo explication. Je ne pouvais pas faire mieux de moi-même!

  6. Major Picozzi
    March 19, 2015

    Was ist los? Mein Name ist Jason, 29, ich lebe in Schopp, Deutschland vorerst bis ich wieder nach Hause nach Denver, Colorado bewegen im August nächsten year.I ‘m verfolgt derzeit meinen Bachelor of Science in Computer Networking und Sicherheit. Ich bin bei dieser Website um weitere machen es zu einem alltäglichen Bestandteil meines Lebens. Ich möchte lernen und wachsen mit Ihnen allen als zukünftige Vernetzung professioneller.

  7. Mamunur Kazi
    September 4, 2015

    Wow, this is a great article on urban farming. Here is another great site, check this out http://nourishtheplanet.com/

  8. Hamza Nadeem
    September 9, 2015

    Yes this an amazing article and I agree with you Mamunur Kazi I went through the site you shared with us and found an equally amazing article on Urban Farming. See here is the link http://nourishtheplanet.com/2015/06/urban-farming-technology-grow-your-own-healthy-food/

  9. anarodriguez55
    June 5, 2016

    Wow! Thank you for the posts on Tenth Acre Farms, Brooklyn Grange and Gotham Greens. My dad had a little patch of vegetable gardening that he named Äntillas” which was a Melrose Housing Community project on Courtlandt Avenue and 153rd St in the Bronx, New York area. He loved gardening and had a green thumb for everything he planted.

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