An ice company’s wastewater can feed a produce garden. Spent grain from a brewery goes to compost. Local, shared, recycled. Welcome to the future of food.
Organic retail farming is popping up in cities around the world, from Melbourne to Tel Aviv to Paris and beyond.
How a 21st-century Detroit navigates the dangers of regeneration is a particularly poignant question on the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Detroit race riots.
The city’s expanding network of 553 community gardens is a refuge for immigrants and others in the summer, and a source of fresh fruits and vegetables.
AeroFarms is a farming company that grows produce indoors without sun, soil or pesticides. In this 360° video, step inside one of its vertical farms, which grows kale, arugula and other greens i...
A 26-year-old farmer grows 50 types of produce in the courtyard of a new rental complex.
Cities are undertaking groundbreaking projects to remake themselves physically, culturally and economically.
Advocates of vertical farming, in high-rise urban buildings, believe that the economics of the business will prove viable. But skepticism abounds.
About 15 years ago, a group of cabdrivers started an urban farm in the Spuyten Duyvil neighborhood. They grow corn, beans and tomatoes.
Why are women doing most of the work on so many urban farms?