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Save the Bees: Save Our Food!

December 11, 2013 |

Honey, pollen, and stingers normally come to mind when thinking of bees. But these little buzzing beasts are a lot more important to the survival of our food system than one may imagine. There are more than 20,000 different bee species in the world and all are responsible for the pollination of our fruits, vegetables,...

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In the global development world, one rarely goes a day without hearing the age-old proverb “Give a man a fish, he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish, he eats for a lifetime,” and at Kula Project, we strongly believe this. Kula Project is a non-profit that equips small farmers with the methods...

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[ted id=”ron_finley_a_guerilla_gardener_in_south_central_la” mode=”normal” align=”center”] Urban agriculture defined: Urban agriculture is the process of cultivating and distributing food in a town or city as opposed to traditional agriculture which would occur in rural areas. Urban agriculture methods range from institutional large-scale city farms to at-home container gardening. Urban Agriculture As Defined by PowerHouse Growers In high...

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How A Community Garden Began

October 1, 2013 |

Fresh food is the best food, and the freshest food you can get is food you grow yourself. Unfortunately not everyone has enough space to grow anything. This is where community gardens enter the picture. A community garden is a plot of land, the size will vary, where a number of people come together to...

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“The new report, “Cultivate L.A.: An Assessment of Urban Agriculture in L.A. County,” is intended to aid city planners as they learn how to accommodate these new land uses in the nation’s most populous county.” -UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs All major dense North Americans cities should consider this approach to the conservation of...

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