Michael Ableman’s ambitious urban agriculture project is germinating seeds and hope.
Incorporating food production into ever-expanding urban areas makes cities more liveable and enhances the natural systems that keep us alive and healthy.
Some of Windsor's most vulnerable citizens are benefiting from a community garden that's been churning out fresh, local organic produce for the last several years.
Oct 2, 2012
William Doo Auditorium (UofT)
45 Wilcocks Street (& Spadina) 5$ on Eventbrite, 8$ at door, or PWYC (see description)Toronto , ON
Canada43° 39' 40.7124" N, 79° 24' 4.6476" W
On May 1, 2012, the first seeds were planted at Queen's Park by a movement partly drawn from the wider Occupy movement called Occupy Gardens.
This week's #CityTalk segment focuses on urban farming, rooftop gardens and food security in Montreal with Tim Murphy from Santropol Roulant.
This week's #CityTalk segment hears from the GTAU-Groupe Travail Agriculture Urbaine about urban agriculture in Montreal.
The Babble Book Club discussion of Food Inc is coming up on Sunday, April 29 3 p.m. EST/12 p.m. PST. Join us to discuss the book, movie and anything food politics!
Celebrate Earth Week by getting involved and learning more about the urban agriculture movement with these book selections.
How to start and maintain a good compost bin