I am interested in using my vacant lots for an urban garden and I need some help. I am a full time practicing dentist in the Ochsner Baptist area and own 2 lots by Clara and Napoleon streets (my building is 2801 Napoleon Ave.
I would be interested in discussing options in crop sharing and using volunteers to aid in the farming of this land. I would love to be able to help empower some neighbors and local folks to work on this project with us.
Would appreciate your response You may e-mail me or call at 891-2826
We have some resources in the land section of the FarmCity Toolbox — We could list your properties on livinglotsnola.org stating your request for application from farmers. please let us know if that would interest you by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m in need of a couple of yards of good garden soil for free or cheap for my garden in the 9th ward. Any suggestions? Thanks
thanks for reaching out. please check out our list of
please check out our list of soil and compost vendors — http://www.noffn.org/2014/01/soil-compost-vendors/
Hello! I’m a recent Agriculture & Molecular Biology grad moving to the New Orleans area next month. I’m wondering if there are any other resources for job opportunities in the farming network of New Orleans or any organizations that are hiring that you all have heard of? I’m specifically interested in seed saving and plant breeding for organic soils, soil science and community outreach. I have been traveling across the U.S. visiting farms and intentional communities and fell in love with the awesome ag stuff thats going on in the Big Easy. Check out my website here: http://www.drivingfoodhome.com
Thanks in advance for any suggestions! See you down the road, Sera
check out the good food jobs website. good luck
I’m interested in purchasing property and setting up an edible garden. Do y’all offer advice or resources for building, zoning, permits, etc?
Hi. Please look at the resources here: http://www.noffn.org/nola-farms-toolbox/land-issues/
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