Urban Agriculture

New Film Documents the Life of Artist and Farm-to-Table Pioneer Jim Denevan

“Man In The Field” follows the artist, chef, and farm-to-table pioneer as he travels the world, connecting with local farmers and food artisans through his elaborate, pop-up feasts.

10 Projects Increasing the Resilience of Urban Food Systems

From La Paz to Mezitli, these cities are home to projects that are nourishing eaters and making food systems more sustainable.

NYC Nonprofit Gives New Life to Brooklyn Community Garden

Brooklyn Community Garden is transformed by New York City’s largest land conservancy, New York Restoration Project.

Are Young People Really Eating Less Meat?

Young people are buying and eating more meat than older generations, according to new research from the World Resources Institute.

NYC Nonprofit Provides Resources for Community Gardens To Combat Food Apartheid

New York City’s largest land conservancy, founded by actress Bette Midler, provides resources to restore community spaces.

NYC Nonprofit Stewards 52 Community Gardens Across All Five Boroughs

New York City’s largest land conservancy, founded by actress Bette Midler, teaches urban agriculture to residents.

Creating Communities Around Sustainable Food Ecosystems in Universities

A new initiative launched by the farm-to-table app, Bites | Eat With Your Tribe is connecting student eaters and student cooks to create sustainable food ecosystems on college campuses.

Sustainable City Sparks Action in Dubai

The Sustainable City in Dubai is the first of its kind and has inspired one resident to start his own sustainable project.

16 Resources for Eating Seasonally Around the World

These guides can help eaters find fresh, nutritious food all year long.

Can Climate Victory Gardens Help Solve the Climate Crisis?

Green America’s Climate Victory Gardens campaign involves 8,200 gardens that collectively remove over 4,300 tons of carbon from the atmosphere each year.