Want to know more about your food at the grocery store? German interaction design students are re-imagining the meat, cheese and fish counter.
Are smartphones and apps the key to growing more sustainable through city planning with our growing population?
The USDA just launched “Know your Farmer, Know Your Food (KYF) Compass” that shows USDA support for local and regional food projects, info about local food infrastructure, careers in agriculture, stewardship, local food and more.
The Farm City Fund is a loan fund just for urban farms and businesses supporting urban agriculture in NYC.
The government of Cebu in the Philippines is encourages people to grow vegetables in pots or their backyards to help in the shortage of high value crops.
Have a pet and like indoor plants? Loft Dog makes lightweight concrete pet shelters that double as planters.
Vertical gardens not only make walls attractive, but could also help eradicate air pollution or could be used to grow food.
Grocery store produce bags are a source of avoidable waste. Learn how to make reusable produce bags and make a few of your own this weekend.
Hong Kong’s desire for sustainable, organic food is growing, showing that knowledge about food sources, their effect on their environment and nutrition are growing!
Mix up your gardening and grow sqaure watermelons. Weird or cool?
Massachusetts is the 5th in renewable energy in the US! Check out the top 5 states in energy.
BBC took a look and it looks like your yard is more valuable than you may have thought.
The oldest living thing, a seagrass in the Mediterranean, is threatened by climate change. Thoughts?
Nasturtiums are a great first choice.
Higher Ground Farm founders John Stoddards and Courtney Bissonette are in negotiations to plant their rooftop gardens in Boston’s South End. We’re getting very excited.