- Start a 1-Acre, Self-Sufficient Homestead
- New Yorkers branch into ‘beyond organic’ urban fish farming (Another example of Urban-Homesteading and support for emergent sustainable-Ag lifestyle)
- Grants, Loans & Support “Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food” (KYF2) Potential Micro-Farm Community Development Support via USDA
- Exploring Sustainability of a Private-collective Community
- Hyperlocavore – Our mission is to match people up in yardsharing groups and neighborhood produce exchanges.
Category Archives: Trends and Confluences Supporting the Design/Building of a Micro-Farming Community
Start a 1-Acre, Self-Sufficient Homestead Continue reading
Grants, Loans & Support “Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food” (KYF2) Potential Micro-Farm Community Development Support via USDA
USDA potential support for building self-sustaining micro-farming communities – “Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food (KYF2) is helping communities scale up local and regional food systems and strengthen their economies.” Continue reading
Hyperlocavore – Our mission is to match people up in yardsharing groups and neighborhood produce exchanges.
Another trend supporting the “self-sustaining micro farming community development” Vision – S2MFC Continue reading
http://blog.realtimefarms.com/2011/12/26/village-gardens-cultivates-community/ Excerpt: “One of the most notable projects, Food Works, uses an urban farm to teach young adults from ages 14-21 about farming, business, community, and themselves. The youth operate a 2.5-acre certified organic farm on Sauvie Island where they … Continue reading
Farm Anatomy: Julia Rothman’s Illustrated Guide To Country Life – Supporting Trends & Confluences for the S2MFC Concept
“…What comb styles have to do with cow plumbing and mapping autumn frost.” http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2011/11/25/farm-anatomy-julia-rothman/ Excerpt from @brainpickers review: It really does seem to be the season of exiting food–relatedreleases. From the ever-talented Julia Rothman — she of Drawn In and … Continue reading