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And Making a Difference! Epic story of about 20 families that uprooted from suburbia and made their homes for good in one of the most blighted neighborhoods in the U.S. Lykins Neighborhood 64127 Inner City KCMO. And the game is changing! Together as Lykins Neighborhood we believe there is hope. Crime is dropping! 21% over the last 2 years and the adventure continues. Follow the story at TheUrbanFarmingGuys.com Featuring Aquaponics, Neighborhood Transformation, Permaculture, Urban Farming and lots of fun taking back the neighborhood. Come join the conversation on Facebook : 🤍 and the Blog at 🤍
Everything you need to know to build an aquaponic Fish farm in your back yard. Facebook: 🤍 Web: 🤍 The Urban Farming Guys are putting aquaponic technology into your hands. The freshest vegetables and fish to your plate on the planet. About us 🤍 Find out why aquaponics is so great.
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The Urban Farming Guys are raising fish, livestock and a ton of other edibles in the middle of the Kansas City hood! 🤍 Check out their site: 🤍 Official Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
As part of my "real education in 2015" initiative, I recently took a trip to go visit The Urban Farming Guys, out in Kansas City. While there, I got to see first hand some of the cool stuff that they're doing with: solar power, aquaponics, food production, composting, community gardens and more. If you like what you see here, check out the Urban Farming Guys YouTube channel for more! 🤍 Check out our complete guide on food production here: 🤍 _ Homestead Launch is a real estate company focused exclusively on homesteads. We help people find homestead land for sale, build their own self sufficient homes, and then use permaculture principles to develop their property with grid-independent water sources, off grid solar kits, permaculture gardens and food forests, backyard chickens and other small livestock, and much more. If you are ready to get started on your homestead, take our free, 3-minute assessment here: 🤍 At the end, you will receive our best recommendations, customized to your situation. We have created a ton of guides and courses over the yearsbackyard farming, shipping container housing, alternative energy, homestead defense, and more. Check them out here: 🤍 You can also hire us to help you with your homestead, or contact us directly with your questions here: 🤍
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The Fruit Nerd, Thanh Truong, heads to an urban farm run by horticulturalist Clare Harvey, where she grows over a tonne of produce every year using techniques any home gardener could learn. Subscribe ✅ and tap the notification bell 🔔 to be delivered Australian stories every day: 🤍 _ Web: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 _ This is an official Australian Broadcasting Corporation YouTube channel. Contributions may be removed if they violate ABC's Online Conditions of Use 🤍 (Section 3).
We met Justin Bonello the (CEO) and Founder of Neighbourhood Farm in Fish Hoek. He tells us his story behind the Neighbourhood Farm, including his ideas of socially re-engineering and influencing the urban mindset. Our #GiftaLoveGarden campaign aims to provide garden starter packs to help poorer communities grow nutritious food sustainably. Visit our website to find out how you can get involved today. Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍
Make Your Own Laundry Soap: 🤍 We just wanted to give a big shout out to The Urban Farming Guys for the great video that Candy made about how to make your own laundry detergent. Candy from The Urban Farming Guys shows how to make your own Laundry soap for under $2 and using only 3 ingredients. Their recipe yields 10 gallons of laundry soap, enough for 160 loads! :) Visit their channel here: 🤍
Born out of the 2008 financial crisis, Project Eats is pioneering a revolutionary farm-centric food system right in the heart of New York City! With around half a dozen in-ground and rooftop farms in 4 of New York City's 5 boroughs, Project Eats is making fresh, nutrient-dense veggies available to underserved communities throughout the city. Stay connected to the amazing work Project Eats is doing by following them on Instagram! 🤍 Watch the full interview with Linda and Rick here: 🤍 To learn more about Farmers Friend's Caterpillar Tunnels, Quick Cut Greens Harvester, as well as our other innovative tools and supplies for small farms, visit 🤍 MB01XU9PD5L7VZD
In the small town of Oxford, New Zealand, Kane and Fiona Hogan have transformed their urban 1/2-acre property into abundant veggie gardens. The aim of Urban Gardener is to build resilience and food security in their local community – both by growing food for people to purchase and by helping people to grow food in their own backyards. Here is yet another inspiring initiative that brings together the essentials for resilience: good healthy food and strong communities. More about Happen Films Support us in making more films: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Screen our films in your community! While our short films are free to view online, you’ll need to purchase a license to hold a public screening. Visit 🤍 for info.
If you are passionate about growing and want to turn your passion into a money making business then join us in this exciting urban farming series! We travelled all over the UK to talk to professional growers who have created businesses of varying sizes to find out HOW TO start an urban farming business. In this episode we speak to two different mushroom growers in different parts of the UK to learn how to start a small scale mushroom farm. Whether you're looking to upscale your food production or start earning money through selling mushrooms this video will show you that both are possible using simple tips and tricks. FOLLOW US ON IG 🤍 CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE & PRODUCTS 🤍 NEW SUSTAINABLE SEED KIT with 🤍SpicyMoustache - ORDER NOW 🤍 HUGE THANKS TO: UMAMI MUSHROOMS 🤍 REBEL FUNGI 🤍 Episode Chapters 00:00-00:49 Introduction 00:49-02:04 Finding your space 02:04-05:00 What You Need 05:00-07:51 Substrate Preparation 07:51-11:33 Incubation 11:33-15:50 Fruiting 15:500-18:04 Outdoor Growing 18:04-20:30 Creating a business 20:30- 22:46 The Big Question 22:46- 23:01 What's Next?
Epic story of about 20 families that uprooted from suburbia and made their homes for good in one of the most blighted neighborhoods in the U.S. Lykins Neighborhood 64127 Inner City KCMO to invest thier lives into the youth and poor. We've seen it all, yet together as Lykins Neighborhood we believe there is hope. And the game is changing, Crime is dropping! 21% over the last 2 years and the adventure continues to unfold. Follow the story at TheUrbanFarmingGuys.com Featuring Aquaponics, Neighborhood Transformation, Permaculture, Urban Farming and lots of fun taking back the neighborhood. Come join the conversation on Facebook : 🤍 and the Blog at 🤍
Welcome to Euronews Green’s new video series: Low Impact Living. In each episode, you’ll be meeting ordinary people all over the world who are living in innovative, sustainable ways. When Alessandro Vitale moved from a small town near Venice, Italy to a small flat in London seven years ago, he found himself missing a connection with nature. This urge to get reacquainted with the natural world set him on an incredible journey, eventually building an urban oasis in his own backyard. Follow Alessandro here: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 Watch our LIVE here: 🤍 Subscribe to our thematic channels: NoComment: 🤍 Euronews Green: 🤍 Knowledge: 🤍 Follow us on all platforms and on all devices: 🤍 Euronews is available on YouTube in 12 languages: 🤍 #EuronewsGreen
Fresh City Farms founder Ran Goel wants people to be more connected to the food they eat. The urban farm just north of downtown Toronto recently expanded and it's sharing the land with hopes of building a bigger, more inclusive urban farming community. #UrbanFarming #Farming #Toronto Watch The National live on YouTube Sunday-Friday at 9 p.m. ET Subscribe to The National: 🤍 Connect with The National online: Facebook | 🤍 Twitter | 🤍 Instagram | 🤍 More from CBC News | 🤍 The National is CBC's flagship nightly news program, featuring the day's top stories with in-depth and original journalism, with hosts Adrienne Arsenault and Andrew Chang in Toronto, Ian Hanomansing in Vancouver and the CBC's chief political correspondent, Rosemary Barton in Ottawa.
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We are running out of space for farmland and a third of all food that is produced is wasted. Ken Dunn has been called the greenest man in Chicago and he's on a crusade to turn our food waste into productive farmlandright in the middle of the city! Special Thanks to: Ken Dunn, David Durstewitz, Lindsay Roadruck, and Jide Oke 🤍 The Resource Center Chicago 🤍 Danielle Nierenberg 🤍 The Plant: Growing Off Grid (old Good Stuff video about another cool farming operation in Chicago) 🤍 Future Of Food Videos: Can We Make Meat Out Of Plants? - 🤍 Why You Should Eat Bugs - 🤍 Are Vertical Farms The Future Of Agriculture? - 🤍 Why We Should Be Urban Farming - 🤍 ►Subscribe: 🤍 ►Support us on Patreon: 🤍 ►Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 ►Follow us on instagram: goodstuffshow ►Like us on facebook: 🤍 Digital street team: 🤍 Sign up for our mailing list: 🤍 The Good Stuff is a proud member of the PBS Digital Studios family Music by: Driftless Pony Club 🤍 The Pines 🤍 Jason Shaw 🤍 Todd Umhoefer (Old Earth) 🤍 Image/Video Credits: Packaged Goods Aisle, By Original: lyzadanger Derivative work: Diliff (🤍 [CC BY-SA 2.0 (🤍 via Wikimedia Commons, 🤍
Rising from the ashes of decades of urban decay, the US city of Detroit is fast becoming an urban farming capital. Many residents are now producing organic food locally - reducing the environmental footprint of their food by cutting down on carbon emissions from transport and on chemical inputs. They are also helping revive communities as new green spaces and farmer's markets crop up, providing neighbourhoods with fresh fruits and vegetables. Plots of land range from backyards, to seven-acre (2.8 hectares) community farms, to plans for large-scale commercial farms. In 2012, Al Jazeera met the local residents at the centre of the city's urban farming revolution. Several years on, Rewind returns to visit them to see how the movement has progressed. 70-year-old Edith Floyd, an urban farming veteran, has expanded her farm from nine lots to 32 and has added a large hoop house, where she can grow fruits and vegetables year-round. "We have broccoli, collards, green peppers and celery," she explains. She says she plans to keep on farming for years to come: "If you don't work, you don't eat. And if you don't work, you get lazy and don't want to do nothing. Work keeps me going. I like working." A few miles away, Mark Covington and his mother have also grown their farm. "I want to say we only had eight lots and now we have 24 that we either keep cut or we grow something on," Covington says. He now keeps bees, which he says has tripled food production, and he has a host of new farm animals. Both farmers have their communities in mind; Floyd contributes to a food bank, and people who have court-ordered volunteer hours can fulfil them on her farm instead of paying a fine or going to prison. Covington has purchased a nearby house for a community education centre, and also provides fresh food to the area. "We have our turkey giveaway every year. We do 30 to 35 turkeys with a basket, so we'll put kale and collards and string beans in with it, along with some other donations that we get," he says. "This is an asset to the city. Not just the neighbourhood but the city." - Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 - Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 - Find us on Facebook: 🤍 - Check our website: 🤍
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Welcome to West Oakland Farms, where former Black Panther Elaine Brown is helping ex-cons by giving them ownership in an urban farm. From video journalist David Zlutnick in Oakland, California. Big thanks to our friends at CivilEats for bringing us the story: 🤍 For more on Oakland & The World Enterprises: 🤍 Subscribe for more videos: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Download the AJ+ app at 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍
My final thoughts about my San Diego urban farm before leaving and recommendations on setting up an urban farm. Comparing and contrasting the best small farming techniques. Tons more videos from my urban plots will be coming out this year while I make my move to TN and start a new farm. TABLE OF CONTENTS: How I'm Shutting Down My Farm: 🤍 My goal of farming and showing it on Youtube: 00:45 Was I able to make a living market gardening: 2:45 How successful were my different urban farming techniques: 5:39 What's happening to my chickens and all my farming gear: 10:44 What's happening to my channel and moving to TN: 14:02 How to Make Compost: 🤍 How to Make Aerated Compost/Worm Tea: 🤍 How to Use Cover Crops: 🤍 How to Start a 100% No Till Garden: 🤍 How to Build an Efficient Chicken Coop: 🤍 Growing Food in Growbags: 🤍 How to Build Advanced 3 Tote Worm System: 🤍 Big Announcement about Fromthefield.farm: 🤍 My trip to Tennessee: 🤍 MY RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS FOR YOUR GARDEN/FARM: Drip Depot for best irrigation parts: 🤍 Seeds from True Leaf Market: 🤍 Hoss Tools & Seeds: 🤍 Bootstrap Farmer: 🤍 Farmer's Friend Tools: 🤍 Earthway Direct Seeder: 🤍 $20 off Coolbot: 🤍 NAR Merch - 🤍 FOLLOW ME HERE: Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Bit Chute: 🤍 Bit Tube: 🤍 LBRY: 🤍 JOIN MY NEWSLETTER - 🤍 SUPPORT FUTURE VIDEOS VIA PAYPAL OR PATREON: THANK YOU! PAYPAL: 🤍 PATREON - GET ADVICE AND REWARDS Help me start a small scale farming revolution! 🤍 * RECOMMENDED READING FOR SMALL FARMERS & GARDENERS: Mel Bartholomew's "Square Foot Gardening" - Great for beginner gardeners - 🤍 Toby Hemenway's "Gaia's Garden" - For everyone, learn ecology, soil building, permaculture, holistic garden design- 🤍 Masanobu Fukuoka's "The One Straw Revolution" - Inspirational book, Introduction to natural farming/philosophy - 🤍 JADAM Korean Organic Farming: 🤍 -These are for farming/growing techniques and business/sales/marketing/operations strategies: JM Fortier's "The Market Gardener" - 🤍 Curtis Stone's "The Urban Farmer" - 🤍 Ben Hartman's "The Lean Farm" - 🤍 * 🌟MUSIC BY: Title: Dreams Artist: Joakim Karud Genre: Hip Hop & Rap Mood: Bright Download: 🤍 🌟Dreams by Joakim Karud 🤍 Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 🤍 Music promoted by Audio Library 🤍 🌟music🤍joakimkarud.com 🤍 🤍 🤍 * #marketgarden #leavingthefarm #urbanfarm -Some links above provide commissions.
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This urban farm is located in Raleigh, NC. It got a complete transformation in 4 months using volunteer labor. Operating as a non-profit, Raleigh City Farm sells and donates vegetables to its community. Josh's Instagram 🤍josh.sattin - 🤍 Raleigh City Farm Website - 🤍 Instagram 🤍raleighcityfarm - 🤍 SUPPORT THE CHANNEL: If you wish to support the channel monetarily, you can use PayPal here: 🤍 This is appreciated, but unnecessary, and no content will ever be behind a paywall.
(NOTE: Filmed in 2020) Located in Washington, DC, Little Wild Things Farm is inspiring the next generation of farmers to build a brighter and more sustainable agricultural future. They produce soil-grown microgreens, micro herbs, hydroponically grown salad greens, and edible flowers on a less than one-quarter acre farm in the heart of DC. Little Wild Things Farm is run by an all-woman team operating out of an old parking garage, which has been transformed into a thriving urban farm! Despite nearly going under during Covid pandemic, Mary Ackley, the founder of Little Wild Things Farm, was able to pivot their entire business model to focus on direct-to-consumer sales that saved the farm. They are passionate about sustainability and making fresh, healthy produce available to their community. The Good Life is an inspirational and educational series of mini-docs and farm tours to encourage viewers to support their local farms and inspire farmers to change the world through regenerative agriculture. Please consider subscribing! To learn more about Little Wild Things Farm, visit their website or follow them on Instagram. 🤍 🤍 To learn more about Farmers Friend’s Caterpillar Tunnels, Quick Cut Greens Harvester, as well as our other innovative tools and supplies for small farms, visit 🤍 MB011AA8LPYR33N
▶️ Become a member: 🤍 Use the code JAN2021 to get 50% off your monthly subscription, when purchasing a full annual membership. $240 per year is now $120 per year. This couple will only last until the end of the month. ▶️ Liberty on the Land on Bitchute: 🤍 ▶️ Online courses: 🤍 ▶️ Sign Up For My Newsletter: 🤍 Buy my book here: 🤍 Use this discount code for $15 off: newsub About Urban Farmer Curtis Stone: Curtis Stone started Green City Acres, a commercial urban farm called Green City Acres out of Kelowna, BC, Canada, in 2010. His mission is to show others how they can grow a lot of food on small plots of land and make a living from it. Using DIY and simple infrastructure, one can earn a significant living from their own back yard or someone else's. _ Music commonly used on this channel: Sweeps - 🤍 Biocratic - 🤍 The Muse Maker - 🤍 David Cutter Music - 🤍davidcuttermusic.co.uk 🤍
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Urban farming with indoor aquaponics is how Chicago's the Plant is fostering new businesses. For the workers, it's all about embracing something new. From Yana Kunichoff, Ben Kolak and David Nagel in Illinois. Subscribe for more videos: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Download the AJ+ app at 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍
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Urban Farming Education has a very close relationship with Agave Farms. They are an amazing partner for teaching the community about farming in the city. Kyla from Agave Farms gives us a brief run down of all the ways Agave Farms benefits and serves the local community. Don't forget to try out their free gardening workshops every Friday Morning! Agave Farms 4300 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012 (602) 374-6553 UFE / WeAreUFE / Urban Farming Education
John from 🤍 visits Alma Backyard farm in Compton, California which grows and distributes over 125,000 pounds of food a year to the local community on a total of 3 acres. In this episode, you will learn about Alma Backyard Farm that is has a different purpose than most farms. They are growing not only food but more importantly creating relationships between plants, people, and places. You will learn more about their concept of relationship farming. First, John will take you on a tour of Alma backyard farm and the amazing work they are doing to make fresh fruits and vegetables, and other high-quality food available for people in need. You will discover how their farm has been designed with the community in mind, not specifically on maximizing the number of crops they grow. You will learn about the mission of Alma Backyard Farms and how they retrain formerly incarcerated people back into society by teaching them to become farmers. You will get a full tour of the farm stand that offers subsidized local and organic food to the local community. You will also get a full tour of their main farm in Compton, CA, and learn how they are growing their crops. You will learn about how they have changed over the almost 10 years they have been farming and why they started. You will learn how Alma Backyard Farms is making a difference in the Community and creating a more resilient food system in Los Angeles County. You will get a behind-the-scenes look at how they store their food with a coolbot fridge but also an inkbird fridge that is set up to store summer-grown fruits that like it warmer. You will learn how they maintain the highest level of freshness of the food for the local community so they can eat with dignity. Finally, John will interview Richard Garcia, one of the founders of Alma backyard farm to learn why Alma was started and how they have changed people's lives. You will also discover the easiest vegetables and fruits to grow in Los Angeles so you can have a productive garden. Table of Contents: 00:00 Episode Starts 00:22 Alma Backyard Farms 01:05 Walking into Farm 01:39 This farm Invites You In 02:55 Do this if you have kids 04:35 Mission of Alma Backyard Farms 06:27 Most Amazing Farm Stand Tour 09:18 Don't Forget about People & Places in Farming 10:12 Designing the Farm to Invite the Public 11:30 Farm tour - How they grow at Alma 14:10 Like Plants Like People 14:52 Do this to harvest kale for a long time 16:19 Elevated Cold Frame on Abandoned Picnic Table 17:35 Composting to Grow Food 18:00 Fruit Trees in 15 Gallon Pots 18:26 Growing a Community of Plants 19:10 Wash Water Used to Grow Bananas 20:09 Growing Plants that have continual harvests 21:25 One thing Alma would have done differently 21:58 Grow this citrus in Southern California 23:35 Eggplants growing in December 24:35 Hedgerow growing for Beneficial Insects and Create Habitat for creatures 25:40 Plant Native Plants in the Winter to get them established 27:23 Plants like Music too 27:53 Fresh Avocados 28:09 Fruit trees vs Vegetables 29:20 Growing Passion Fruits on a Chain Link Fence 30:11 Open every other Sunday 30:42 Walk-in Cooler powered by Coolbot Air Conditioner 32:42 Farm Stand Availability List 33:55 Storing Summer Crops in a Warm Fridge 34:50 Using an Inkbird to Keep Fruits 50-55 degrees 36:37 Relationship Farming 39:00 Donating Extra Food to People in Need 40:44 Interview with Richard Garcia 41:09 Who is Alma? 42:30 Why was Alma Backyard Farm Started? 44:45 We have all had Trauma, and Gardening can help 46:04 How can farms think about more than Just Profit? 48:17 How can a farmer share their surplus? 51:18 Designing a Farm with Community and Community Gathering 53:40 What is the story of your Okra? 55:19 How to get Okra to Produce More Fruit 56:40 What are the easiest vegetables to grow in Los Angeles? 58:53 Do you prefer to grow fruits or vegetables? 59:52 What are the best fruit trees to grow in Los Angeles? 1:02:40 Where do you see Alma Farms in 5 Years? 1:04:05 How can you help out Alma Backyard Farms? After watching this episode, you will learn about Alma Backyard Farm and the amazing work they are doing to build community, regenerate land, and respect plants while providing low-cost fresh fruits and vegetables to the community. Referenced/Related Episodes: Amazing Low-Water Use Urban Fruit Tree Orchard in LA 🤍 Urban Farm in Los Angeles 🤍 A farm that Grows on a Hillside in Los Angeles 🤍 Subscribe to GrowingYourGreens for more videos: 🤍 Follow John on Instagram at: 🤍 Learn more and Support Alma Backyard Farm at 🤍 Follow Alma Backyard Farm on Instagram 🤍
Urban Farming's Mission is to create an abundance of food throughout America and abroad by planting organic gardens on unused land, space, rooftops and walls while increasing diversity, educating youth, adults and seniors, and providing an environmentally sustainable system to uplift communities.
Hello everyone, In today's video, I get to show you my beautiful urban garden in Kampala Uganda, East Africa. For those who are clicking for the first time, I am Sarah Pedun and in this channel we talk about gardening especially urban gardening like container and sack gardening, raised bed gardening. I also get to show you my home region that is Teso region Eastern Uganda where I will show you the culture and lifestyle of my people. Urban farming is becoming a common practice in Uganda and African at large. I am happily practicing urban farming and given a time like this when food and commodity prices are high. Urban farming create a big impact. I plant vegetables and I'm trying to be self sufficient in something for example tomatoes, spring onions, leafy greens to mention but a few. I make use of my small space by planting many plants in a small area, using containers, sacks, shoes and anything that holds soil. A part from food security, Urban gardening is great for mental health and one calms down while doing garden work. If you love my content and haven't yet subscribed please subscribe, like, share, click the icon bell so you are the first to be notified whenever I post and leave me a comment, This will help my Channel to grow. I hope you enjoy this video. kind regards.
This urban farm in the middle of Philadelphia is transforming communities by not only providing fresh produce but also helping to reduce crime. Subscribe to HuffPost today: 🤍 Get More HuffPost Read: 🤍 Like: 🤍 Follow: 🤍