Gallery: Top 5 Urban Farms in New York City

Image © Cyrus Dowlatshahi for Brooklyn Grange
Urban agriculture has taken off in a big way over the last couple of years, and this year seems to be the best yet, with first harvests from newcomers at the Battery Conservancy’s turkey-shaped farm and Gotham Greens’ hydroponic greenhouse. With continued stellar production from Brooklyn Grange, Added Value, and Tenth Acre Farms, New Yorkers are definitely in for a treat this summer. Each of the five farms has something unique to offer but they are all committed to the same thing: making healthy, local food readily available for all New Yorkers.

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

  5. lilu0911 January 27, 2012 at 10:26 am

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

  6. JC June 23, 2011 at 3:54 pm

    so much vegetation!

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  8. joetrainor June 20, 2011 at 12:42 pm

    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