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Future of farming #1 – Build topsoil with Carbon farming

ByGrow Here

Can a farm with cows, chickens and vegetable production create a positive footprint on climate and ecosystems? Yes … This…

A Designer’s Guide to Starting a Local Food Community: Part 3

ByLisa Shields

This is Part 3 of the 3-part series of workshops conducted by Lisa Shields. The first workshop was focused on…

A Designer’s Guide to Starting a Local Food Community: Part 2

ByLisa Shields

This article follows after last week’s release of Workshop 1. This article is on Workshop 2, on how you can envision your…

Do you want greener and tastier cities? Build an Edible Parklet!

ByCristina Ramos

To those of you who haven’t heard about it, a parklet is often an extension of a concrete sidewalk, which…

A Designer’s Guide to Starting a Local Food Community: Part 1

ByLisa Shields

Ever wondered how you could start a farming movement in your neighbourhood? Do you know how to measure existing interest?…

8 Tips to Buy Groceries in an Environmentally Friendly Way

ByGrow Here

Did you know that you can reduce your energy footprint by almost 50% if you consciously choose environmentally friendly ways…

Do plants grow in the wind?

ByCristina Ramos

You might have observed that when you go hiking in high mountain elevations, plants don’t grow very tall. This is…

5 easy spring vegetables

BySuzanna Törnroth - Grow Gothenburg

Have you ever wanted to jumpstart your growing journey this season but just don’t quite seem to find the time?…

Start farming at your school

ByCristina Ramos

 “Hello Andreas, have you seen this video? Anything useful for your teaching?” That was the short message from an old…

Farming techniques for schools

ByCristina Ramos

Hydroponic indoor farming We (Andreas and his students) farm in water with complete or partial artificial lightning. The nutrition for…

EAT or RIPE Green tomatoes?

ByCristina Ramos

“Many urban farmers face the autumn with fear, knowing that the first frosts can suddenly appear and destroy your last…

Extending the season

ByGrow Gothenburg

Many people think the season is over now as the first frosts begin to get closer and the days are…

Snowmelt Harvesting

BySuzanna Törnroth - Grow Gothenburg

Ahh yes, Spring is here. It is that time of the year to breathe in the warm air, feel the…

How to Make a Hotbed

BySuzanna Törnroth - Grow Gothenburg

What is hotbed, you may ask? A hotbed is an efficient way of creating a warm microclimate needed to raise…

Sowing Seeds in the Snow

BySuzanna Törnroth - Grow Gothenburg

It is March – there is still snow on the ground and the soil is frozen. How can a farmer…

How to Choose the Most Profitable Crops

ByGrow Gothenburg

Want to make a decent living off your farm? Many people around the world are taking the steps into commercial…