itty bitty farm in the city

Tired of the confusing and misleading labels on food in the supermarket?  San Francisco mom Heidi Kooy started her own backyard farm, growing a variety of organic vegetables, and raising chickens and goats for their nourishing eggs and dairy. Learning as they went along, Heidi and her daughter began with a 350 square foot garden…

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Guerilla Grafters

In San Francisco, a new form of covert agriculture is taking root: making fruit trees out of trees that normally don’t bear fruit, and turning an entire city into an orchard. Money, as we all know, doesn’t grow on trees. Food, on the other hand, does. So with the economy dragging, why not turn public…

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