Urban Farming Toolkit

The Tulane City Center, in collaboration with NOFFN and the National Endowment of the Arts , has produced an Urban Farming Toolkit that is a digital, visual guide to starting a garden, designed to

provide instructions on Female viagra pills gardening at any scale, for people at all experience-levels.

 

The guide takes the reader through the background of urban gardening, how to plan and build a garden, gardening maintenance, and the financial and legal issues relevant to growing an urban garden.

 

Download a PDF of the Urban Farming Toolkit

 

 

 

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2 comments on “Urban Farming Toolkit
  1. Thanks for this. Lots of acton in the “Research Triangle Area” in urban farming. Check http://www.advocatesforhealthinaction.org/

  2. THANKS for this useful resource. check http://www.advocatesforhealthinaction.org/ to some of what is going on in my region.

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  • Gardening tools: shovels, hoes, etc.
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  • Lumber for garden structures
  • Fencing
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