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1 Chicago-Area Farmers of Color Receive Grants to Produce More Food
2 Money transfers may offer needed push for stalled Brookline, Lawrenceville urban farm projects
3 IDOA awards specialty crop grants |
4 How cities can fight food loss and waste
5 How a Piece of Plumbing Hardware Threw a Wrench Into Chicago's Urban Ag Movement
6 City Revises Fire Hydrant Policy That Left Community Gardens Dry
7 Lockdowns whet appetite for organic food
8 The Future of Food: Podcast + story: The power of urban farming | The Future of Food
9 Urban Agriculture Community Planting Seeds For More Fruitful Relationship With New Mayor, City Council
10 Chicago Urban Farmers Cry Foul About Proposed Ordinance
11 City growers, food policy advocates show interest in Coghill's Brookline farm idea
12 Commercial Greenhouses May Be The Future of Urban Farming In Chicago
13 Gardeners Say Access to Water Limited by New Chicago Rules
14 Newsviews: Chicago urban agriculture
15 Here’s what Biden’s climate plan could mean for Kansas
16 Farm & Food File: Big changes in ag leadership
17 Urban agriculture regroups as Rochester halts permits for community gardens
18 NITDA advocates adoption of digital technology
19 Guebert: Farm interests will need an urban champion to get anywhere in the next Congress
20 The NGA Show and Indoor Ag-Con to Co-locate events in May 2021
21 How to Do Thanksgiving With Less Waste
22 City revises fire hydrant policy that drained urban gardens
23 Farm and Food: November winds are blowing big change
24 Summer Harvest
25 Rural-urban divide: Record voter turnout masks Iowa schism
26 Growing Urban Agriculture
27 Hillsborough County looking for advocates for foster children during COVID-19 pandemic
28 Urban Agriculture Sprouting Roots In Illinois' Legislative Soil
29 10 Illinois schools, organizations receive agriculture grants
30 Plowing Over: Can Urban Farming Save Detroit and Other Declining Cities? Will the Law Allow It?
31 Key departures signal agriculture shakeup for Capitol Hill
32 Learn All About Raising Backyard Chickens, Bees, Goats and More at Urban Livestock Expo
33 Do California ag counties hold solutions to Monterey County farmworker housing crisis?
34 Pre-Pandemic Survey of Internet Use by Commerce Department's NTIA Finds Almost All College Students Online
35 Record voter turnout masks Iowa schism
36 Illinois Lawmakers Override Rauner to Enact Urban Agriculture Law
37 Streaming about water | Ag News |
38 Talking Turkey Texas Tech alumnus heads National Turkey Federation
39 The real value of urban farming. (Hint: It's not always the food.)
40 Five urban farming projects in Chicago to watch in 2017
41 Panic Hoarding is Our Wakeup Call to Invest in Local and Regional Farming
42 Here's How You Can Host A Windy City Coop And Eco-Yard Tour In Your Own Backyard
43 Twelve Organizations Promoting Urban Agriculture around the World
44 Without a ‘Right to Garden’ Law, It May Be Illegal to Grow Your Own Food
45 Chicagoans carpooling to capitol in Springfield to lobby for changes in Illinois food and agriculture laws
46 Philly’s first urban agriculture director kicks off plan to save endangered edible gardens
47 The Woman Leading the Way for Urban Farming in the Nation’s Capital
48 Last Year It Cost $5 For West Side Community Gardens To Tap Into City Water. Now The Price Is $1700
49 Bill to Create Urban Agriculture Zones Passes Illinois House
50 Rauner Vetoes Bill to Create Urban Agriculture Zones in Illinois
51 Sacramento Is Making Urban Agriculture a Way of Life
52 194 Local Nonprofit Organizations Receive Community Dividends® Awards and Share of $1 Million at Montecito Bank & Trust's 18th Annual Luncheon
53 Community gardens see steep hike in costs this year to access city hydrants
54 Urban Agriculture Group Seeking Farm at Amazon's HQ2
55 Free Soil Tests Offered as U. of I. Studies Lead's Impact on Urban Farming
56 Chicago Lawmaker Proposes Urban Agriculture Zones | Chicago News
57 19 Individuals and Organizations Building Stronger Black Communities and Food Systems
58 Pandemic intensifies challenges for rural students and teachers
59 Chickens and Goats in the Backyard: Raising Livestock in Chicago
60 BNMC helps to bolster efforts of Local Food System advocates
61 Gardens Bursting With Produce Have Helped Feed West Siders For Decades — Here's How You Can Join The Food Sovereignty Movement
62 Sun+Earth Certified opens urban farm in Detroit
63 ARC Refreshment Corp. advocates urban gardening program | BMPlus
64 Bayer Fund Awards Grant To Urban Harvest STL For Leadership In Urban Agriculture Program
65 Young people find their voices through urban agriculture
66 Bill to Boost Urban Agriculture in Illinois Heads to Rauner's Desk
67 Protecting health in dry cities: from evidence to action
68 UB researcher's paper examines COVID-19's effects on food retail environment
69 POLITICO Playbook: Happy Thanksgiving
70 ARC Refreshments Corp. advocates urban gardening program
71 How food advocates are nourishing the North End neighborhood
72 24 LGBTQ+ Farms and Organizations Celebrating Community Through Food and Agriculture
73 PA Secretary of Agriculture: Urban, Community Gardens Combat Food Deserts, Grow Food, Life Skills
74 Tuskegee Univ., Montgomery to collaborate on urban farm
75 Chicago's Annual Chicken Coop Tour Is Still on for 2020. It Just Needs Host Sites
76 Aldermen Propose Limits on Backyard Livestock in Chicago
77 Kobernik advocates for agriculture | Local News
78 Why doesn’t the US offer universal free school lunch?
79 11 NYC Urban Agriculture Organizations to Follow on Social Media Right Now
80 'Fancy Lady Cowgirl' encourages agricultural advocacy | Agriculture
81 'It is the moment for small farms': Organics demand in Minnesota ramps up in response to COVID-19
82 24 Organizations Finding Food Justice – Food Tank
83 Oakland’s Acta Non Verba farm cultivates the next generation of activists and advocates
84 14 Latinx Food Change Makers – Food Tank
85 Kangaroos, an Australian icon, are being butchered to feed the pet food industry
86 Urban agriculture plan would close the 'freshness gap,' say lawmakers
87 Groups to Support for Food Justice for Black Americans
88 State grant program offers money, and legitimacy, for urban agriculture
89 Growing Interest in Urban Agriculture in Arlington Means More Crops, Bees
90 10 Inspiring Discussions on Improving the Post-COVID Food System From Food Talk Live
91 Making Sacramento the “Farm-to-Every-Fork” Capital
92 Peas and Quiet: Urban Gardening in the Time of Covid-19
93 ‘Fertile Ground’ Explores How Jackson, Mississippi, Is Charting a Better Food Future
94 Urban gardens growing strong amid COVID pandemic
95 Spanish-language urban ag class combating Latino health disparities
96 24 Groups Leading the Charge in Cultivating Urban Farming
97 Why can't urban farming feed Houston?
98 Studying the benefits and limitations of urban agriculture
99 Maryland Farmers Market Association Closes in Vital Time for Local Foodways
100 5 Organizations That Support Black Farmers and Food Justice