Prospect Community Garden part of Zero Waste SA's Share 'n' Save initiative The Daily Telegraph The garden is part of the new Share 'n' Save initiative - a partnership between Messenger and Zero Waste that encourages communities to share resources.
Report finds that land ice is melting worldwide, leading to a rise in sea levels and threatening increased flooding in coastal communities (RT @cgiarclimate: #Climatechange threatens world food supply, panel warns
How new food forest courses will add to our larder Carbon News Many more food forests are likely to spring up around New Zealand as a new tertiary qualification shows how to produce food in ways which mimic forest ecosystems.
All around New York, over 600 community gardens, most cared for and tended by a dedicated group of volunteers, have transformed empty lots into urban oases that give residents of all ages an opportunity to try out their ...
... history, culture and natural heritage. Economic Development: The Trail is expected to generate millions of dollars in economic benefits in the years to come by creating local jobs and supporting the tourism industry.
Wellington Aquaponics's insight:
If this is the case why are we not converting the entire rail corridor on Vancouver Island. How much more would it raise as a trail and world longest food forest than it does as underused rail line. Which is govern by a group that by their record spends most of their income on Administration and Wages.
Sun-Sentinel Garden helps community sow the seeds of friendship Sun-Sentinel Frog Alley Community Garden is the brainchild of the Sow Share program, whose mission is "connect people to the earth and connect people to each other through garden...
Let's start a Community Garden! Brazil Times (blog) I've seen community gardens used by high school classes in biology and agriculture courses, senior citizens, as use in therapy and even poverty-stricken families, as a way of gaining some amount...
State assistant tourism secretary to speak at rail trail meeting in Osage City Osage County Online | Osage County News Linda Craghead, Assistant Secretary of Tourism, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism will be the keynote speaker at...
Community gardens a growing force for local food in Fayetteville Fayetteville Observer The term refers to an area where people don't have ready access to food that's fresh, healthy and affordable and may suffer diet-related health problems as a...
Food forestry expert in Penticton Pentiction Western News From the experience Walker continued farming on his own and in 1988 established and operated an edible landscape nursery in Grand Forks and established the first food forest in Canada there.
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