urban farming

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Brownsville »

The Project EATS Brownsville Farm was built on a vacant lot at Chester and Dumont streets this summer.

Edgemere »

Did you know that the oldest continuously farmed land in New York State is in Queens?

Crown Heights »

Ten ducks at the Weeksville Heritage Center provide the goods for Breukelen Coffee House's quiche.

Crown Heights »

New Yorkers raising birds in their backyards said they like the organic eggs and fun of having a pet.  

Prospect Heights »

Fresh fruits and vegetables grown in the borough will be for sale every Thursday on Eastern Parkway.

Financial District »

Visitors to the Battery Urban Farm will be able to hand-pick their own harvest in July and August.

Upper West Side »

The eatery will train two students from Urban Assembly for Green Careers in the restaurant trade.

Rockaway Beach »

A variety of vendors will sell everything inspired by bees, from honey to t-shirts.

Bed-Stuy »

The Hattie Carthen Garden in Bed-Stuy unveiled the memorial to its gardeners.

Bed-Stuy »

The 462 Halsey Community Garden received a grant from the American Community Gardening Association.

Upper West Side »

Vegetables have taken over a science classroom at MS 245 as students learn to farm without soil. 

Greenwich Village »

Cooking workshops, bartered classes and art performances are part of nearly three months of events.

Livingston »

Heritage Farm at Snug Harbor Cultural Center will open up a farm stand to sell locally grown produce.

Chelsea »

Jenna Spevack's new exhibit features greens planted in and under common furniture.

Sunset Park »

The world's largest rooftop farm is set to open in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, in 2013.