Some articles on urban farming, urban:
... The Treasure Hill community is located by the Xindian River, which was an important lifeline for the settlement providing drinking water, fish and gravel for construction work before the river got polluted ... The community used to have extensive urban farms between the settlement and the river ...
... Urban farming is the process of growing and distributing food, as well as raising animals, in and around a city or in urban area ... According to the RUAF Foundation, urban farming is different from rural agriculture because "it is integrated into the urban economic and ecological system urban agriculture is embedded in -and ... Such linkages include the use of urban residents as labourers, use of typical urban resources (like organic waste as compost and urban wastewater for irrigation), direct links with ...
Famous quotes containing the words farming and/or urban:
“... farming conservatism, which consisted in holding that whatever is, is bad, and any change is likely to be worse.”
—George Eliot [Mary Ann (or Marian)
“I have misplaced the Van Allen belt
the sewers and the drainage,
the urban renewal and the suburban centers.
I have forgotten the names of the literary critics.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)