City Farmer: Adventures in Urban Food Growing
City Farmer: Adventures in Urban Food Growing celebrates the new ways that urban dwellers are getting closer to their food. Not only are backyard vegetable plots popping up in places long reserved for lawns, but some renegades are planting their front yards with food and guerrilla gardeners are transforming abandoned lots into vegetable plots. People in apartments are filling their balconies with pots of tomatoes, beans, and basil, while others are gazing skyward and "greening" their rooftops with food plants. Still others are colonizing public spaces, staking out territory in parks for commun.
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Review: City Farmer: Adventures in Urban Food GrowingUser Review - Michael Blackmer - Goodreads
Gardening is at the soul of who people are. This is important to realize. It is calming, restful, strengthening, and just plain fun. This book allows one to dream of growing their own fresh food ... Read full review
Review: City Farmer: Adventures in Urban Food GrowingUser Review - Melissa Amaral - Goodreads
I expected this book to be more of a memoir and a personal testament to urban gardening from the author's experience. She included this here and there, but it read mostly as a handy book with all ... Read full review