1. 01/01/1976 This book shows ways to develop rooftop gardens in urban areas including the topics of container gardening, greenhouses, solar frames and hydrophonics. 32 pages, illustrations, photos
  2. 01/01/1987 The Garden in the City project is designed for 4-H clubs, schools and communites who have had little experience with gardening. The project begins in early February with indoor gardening activities and ends in June with an outdoor garden plot ready to harvest early vegetables and then plant a...
  3. Abstract,Agronomy for Sustainable Development, Springer Verlag/EDP Sciences/INRA, 2017 Over the last three decades, urban agriculture has been improving food security in Cuba by providing fresh vegetables within and on the outskirts of cities and villages. However, organic fertilizers and...
  4. La croissance rapide des villes dans le monde en développement met à rude épreuve les systèmes d’approvisionnement alimentaire urbains. L’agriculture – qui comprend l’horticulture, l’élevage, la pêche, la sylviculture et la production de lait et de fourrage – s’étend de plus en plus aux villes. L...
  5. Abstract, Spore, 2019 April Feeding the world's growing population – two-thirds of whom will live in urban areas by 2050 – calls for agricultural innovation to facilitate food production in ever smaller spaces, especially in cities. With cities expanding and climate change placing greater...
  6. Sustainable Agriculture for Small-Scale Growers in Nicaragua The mission ofBioNicais to provide training in Nicaragua on how to reclaim depleted soil –“Grow the Soil”– so the soil can grow nutritionally balanced crops. Participants include: 1) agricultural technicians working with...
  7. 01/01/2009 Within a couple days after Bonnie and I arrived in Florida in June 1981 to assume my new role as founding CEO of ECHO, I began digging a garden. For an avid gardener used to the long winters “up north” this was an exciting adventure.I was going to grow flowers and vegetables year-round in the...
  8. Ressource principale
    01/01/1996 Que peut faire une famille vivant dans un pays où le taux de chômage dépasse les 50 %, le salaire de base n’est que de un ou deux dollars par jour, le prix des aliments augmente sans cesse et est parfois plus élevé que dans les pays développés? Que peut-elle faire si en plus, elle ne dispose pas...
  9. 01/01/2008 Low cost, low technology, lightweight methods to produce food on rooftops and other locations above the ground. Introduction As this is being written, food riots in Port-au-Prince, Haiti are making the news. Food riots and demonstrations are starting to occur in other cities in other impoverished...
  10. 01/01/2008 Low cost, low technology, lightweight methods to produce food on rooftops and other locations above the ground.