Gleaning for good by harvesting unwanted produce from local farms, community gardens, or neighbors' backyards and distributing this excess bounty to the food insecure is an increasingly popular — and necessary — humanitarian effort for the hungry during tough financial times, as Shareable recently reported.
"Land grabbing" is the controversial practice of governments or companies buying up, or leasing, large tracts of land in developing countries--often without the consent of people living and working there--in order to have access to their unspoiled...
The basic point is that free parking is actually expensive, because it costs money to support, and shapes land use and building design in ways that are often deleterious to community success and quality of life.
Today, two prefab veterans launch their website for a new company called Connect:Homes with a mission to deliver modern homes that are affordable, green, and available wherever your are. The co-founders Jared Levy and Gordon Stott, both formerly...
Who would have thought a farm 20 miles from Washington, DC would directly affect the Chesapeake Bay? Did you know the Chesapeake Bay watershedreaches into six states?
Clagett Farm, in Upper Marlboro, MD was donated nearly 30 years ago by a family to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. What once was a tobacco farm is now home to an organic farm whose purpose is multidimensional. Its main purpose, though, is education. I recently spent the day with my daughter Gabby as part of a field trip with her middle school. The day consisted of moving grass-fed, free-range cattle and chickens; planting onions and flowers; learning about composting; and how what we do on land directly impacts the quality of the bay’s waters.
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