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Home  >  Horticultural Crops  >   Start a Farm in the City (Summary)

Start a Farm in the City


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By Rex Dufour

Published 2009

Updated 2009

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IP350

20 pages


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Introduction

Urban farming is not a new concept, but it is gaining new support among diverse citizen groups all over the country. Schools, colleges, churches, city councils, government agencies, parks departments, anti-hunger groups, healthcare providers, and nonprofit organizations are coming together to give a fresh new meaning to "greening the city."

Table of Contents

International Resources
Urban Soils and Soil Testing
Soil Test Order Form
Creating Barriers to Protect Raised Beds
U.S. Resources
    Urban Agriculture Businesses
    Urban Agriculture Organizations
Urban Agriculture Publications
Social Justice and Urban Agriculture

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