Should Gardening be grounded or allowed to flow?

Urban gardens in cities need plenty of room, soil, light, and water. Without some of those, plants cannot grow to their full capacity or bear any produce. Plants can indeed live without what we know as “soil.” Plants can live in running water as long as they have sunlight and oxygen to respirate with; thisContinue reading “Should Gardening be grounded or allowed to flow?”

Urban Agriculture: Its place in resiliency.

Taking urban agriculture into ones’ own hands may be a difficult task, but if there is a community involved, people who want to help create a better homestead will be ready. In the article from Science Direct, it talked about the diverse ways to create a better place for urban agriculture, the positive impacts itContinue reading “Urban Agriculture: Its place in resiliency.”