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Articles featuring Farming Concrete:
City Farmer: 3rd Report Measuring Food Production in NYC Community Gardens
Grist: Counting the Harvest: How numbers can save urban gardens
New York Times: Concrete Farm Grows Chard (Callaloo, Too)
Wall Street Journal: Fertile Grounds? Sizing Up NYC’s Garden Harvest
Edible Geography: New York by the Pound
New York Bounty: Community Gardens Gear Up for a Fight
Myrtle Minutes: Ingersoll Garden of Eden is now on the Farming Concrete Map
Urban Farm Hub: How much food do community gardens produce?
The Examiner: Community gardens seek lease renewal to bring fresh produce, permanent green space to NYC
New York Bounty: Farming Concrete Releases Initial Set of Harvest Results
GreenThumb’s News: Are you a community gardener interested in tracking your harvest in 2011?
Brooklyn Botanic Gardens GreenBridge Program Fall Newsletter: PDF download here
Urban Farm Hub: Farming Concrete’s 2010 Harvest Report
Lowell Food Security Blog: Farming Concrete: NYC’s community gardens
Village Voice: Community Gardens Fear Wilting Under Massive Cuts in Federal Block-Grant Money
The Examiner: Future Farm: Farm City Forum Reimagines Urban Landscapes
Food Systems Network NYC: Living Concrete/Carrot City Urban Agriculture Exhibit Opens at The New School
Urban Omnibus: Living Concrete/Carrot City: What do you want from your city’s soil?
Farm City Forum, September 25, 2010
Citizen Science: Growing Greener Communities through Research and Action, Making Brooklyn Bloom, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, March 12, 2011
Garden Planning and Record Keeping, Bronx GreenUp, NY Botanical Gardens, March 26, 2011
Street Trees & Urban Food, Pratt University, March 27, 2011
How much food do we grow? GreenThumb GrowTogether, April 2, 2011
Direct Action for Food & Environmental Justice Through Open Data/Mapping Anarchist Bookfair, April 9, 2011
Living Concrete/Carrot City: September 30, 2010-December 2010
LunchNYC, October 6, 2010
For press inquiries, please contact mara at farmingconcrete dot com