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5 responses to “Science Barge Demonstrates Urban Farming On Open Water”

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  1. Growin’ On The River « In Her Field

    [...] some good news, from Beth Buczynski at Crisp Green: ”To demonstrate the flexibility of integrated sustainable design, some clever New Yorkers transformed…” The barge, located in the middle of the Hudson River, requires far less space and water than [...]

  2. Eat, Play, Grow: Redefining Farm To Table | Crisp Green

    [...] As the problem of food deserts and childhood obesity continue to grow, designers across the globe are creating solutions that educate young children about nutrition and the food system. [...]

  3. GreenSelector.com » Concrete Jungle: Edible Plants Still Thrive In An Urban Landscape

    [...] ForageSF sustainably harvests all their goods and directly pays all foragers 50% of the cost for the products they pick and deliver. Food is delivered on a monthly basis, and includes a variety of products, from wild mushrooms to acorn flour. ForageSF’s philosophy maintains a commitment to the environment and the local community by providing fresh foods and viable income for individuals motivated to forage. [...]

  4. Floating Farms Could Provide Cheap, Plentiful Produce |Trax Asia™

    [...] the meantime, the Science Barge–a floating farm that’s already out on the water–can provide some inspiration. [...]

  5. Floating Farms Could Provide Cheap, Plentiful Produce | Fast CoExist | Road To Abundance

    [...] the meantime, the Science Barge–a floating farm that’s already out on the water–can provide some inspiration. Share [...]

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