I can feel it in the ever-warming air: winter is over, and the food at Portland area farmers’ markets has finally started to match the warmer temperatures.
Tunnels bypass previously impassable areas, free up congestion in cities, and hide unsightly traffic.
Picture a neighborhood – not an area of urban density, but a typical block of single family homes.
I’m usually not the type of person who notices cars in my daily life, but if I lived in Vancouver, British Columbia, I’m pretty sure that I’d recognize one of Victory Gardens’ trucks driving around town.
Yesterday, I browsed through some old archives on this blog and came across one dated July 25, 2009.
Last night I attended 'Room to Grow': Real Roles for City Residents & Food Professionals in Urban Agriculture.