By 2050, the world's population will have increased by 3 billion people, requiring an additional chunk of arable land the size of Brazil in order to grow (@mlkingh here is the link: http://t.co/a165GNlH...)...
Growing a movement in New York City On a warm day in April, a little girl in braids and a fuschia jumper runs toward chickens crowing in a coop. The girl and the fowl are surrounded by lush 4’ by 8’ plots littered with spearmint, comfrey, sage.
The goal, said Rick Foster, director of MSU’s Greening Michigan Institute, is to make Detroit the center of a worldwide research effort devoted to growing food inside cities as a way to get fresh food to urban residents and to put vacant urban land...
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