Nonprofit Grows Important New Crop: Farmers

August 5, 2013 by  
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Written by Clint Williams, Mother Nature Network Before you can grow food, you need to grow farmers. Growing farmers — like seedlings in a greenhouse — is the mission of Dirt Works Incubator Farm near Charleston, S.C. The 10-acre parcel …

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Whole Foods goes ultra-local with Gotham Greens greenhouse in Brooklyn

April 5, 2013 by  
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Natural grocery chain partners to grow food on the roof of new store.

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Hydroponics Bring Gardening to the City

July 12, 2012 by  
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You don’t need soil to grow food, and one Pennsylvania hydroponics shop is out to prove it to the public. Plants require 17 nutrients to grow, many of which are located in soil, but you can grow plants with the presence of nothing but these…

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