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Audio report from 2009 on a group of young men who have turned to raising livestock in the Kosovo area of Nairobi’s Mathare slum.
Our first mobile chicken coop, easy to move and safe for the animals, please let us know what you think, thank you Keeping hens in your own backyard is easy with the mobile chicken coop, Roll-a-coop rotates slowly allowing new pasture to be accessed and leaving waste behind, Animals stay more active and more productive,
Edited & uploaded for Aidan Brooks: Trainee Chef at www.aidanbrooks.blogspot.com. What started out as an urban farming project in Detroit has rapidly developed into one of the world’s largest initiatives of its kind. Taja Sevelle’s Urban Farming – a not-for-profit corporation based in Detroit and with offices in Los Angeles, New York and St. Louis
Novella Carpenter started small, with some plants in an empty lot next to her house in Oakland. A couple of years later, she was tending to a full-blown farm, with goats, turkeys, ducks, pigs, and a robust garden. This video tackles questions of neighborliness (which is more offensive: police sirens or roosters crowing?), environmental poisons
Alemany Farm is a 4 acre, fully functioning urban farm nestled between a major highway intersection, a newly gentrified neighborhood on a hill and a housing project- the perfect place to grow some food! We got a tour (and some amazing fruit) from Antonio Roman-Alcalá, Volunteer Coordinator and soon to be videoblogger/documentarian extraordinaire. The work
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Keeping agriculture sustainable increasingly means keeping it local. Besides the environmental benefit of reducing reliance on fossil-fuel guzzling transportation, eating local food is a more seasonal and often healthier experience. With concern about food security growing, it might turn out to be safer, too. The folks in charge of the Science Barge, a new urban
Snail farmers in Nigeria were only a few. They started in a small scale. The reason is because the awareness is yet to be created. The First set of people that started it in Nigeria will be millionaires within the next few years. This is because of the high demand for snail locally and internationally.
Check out the short version of our amazing video about urban farming in the South Bronx and NYC. Come to the Red Carpet WORLD PREMIERE of our longer version on Saturday evening, DECEMBER 5th, 2009 at THE POINT Community Development Center – 940 Garrison Avenue, Bronx NY 10474. www.thepoint.org Please post a comment and let
Discovery-News.com: Discovery’s Matt Danzico investigates vertical farming, an agricultural concept aimed at growing food and raising animals in skyscrapers in city centers. Check out more science news stories at www.discovery-news.com