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Z-Farm. Terre Nourricière. Portail Agricole Viticole ( Agrihérault Agriculture Viticulture ) offres emplois agricoles, projets aides formations Languedoc-Roussillon Hérault Agriculture ( Agricole ) Viticulture ( Viticoles ) . Marchés Paysans. BEDE - projet agricole, projet de société. Dossier / l'agriculture urbaine. Sous la direction de Eric Duchemin (VertigO - La revue électronique en sciences de l’environnement) (Institut des sciences de l’environnement, Université du Québec à Montréal) (Université du Québec à Montréal), Luc Mougeot (CRDI, Canada) et Joe Nasr (Collège Ryerson, Canada) Depuis maintenant plus d’une décennie - selon la plus récente estimation disponible – ils sont mondialement environ 800 millions à pratiquer l’agriculture urbaine (AU). 200 millions d’entre eux réalisent de la production de marché et 150 millions le font à plein temps.

Dossier / l'agriculture urbaine

Ces gens produisent environ 15% de la production mondiale de nourriture. Selon les prédictions, ce pourcentage pourrait doubler dans la prochaine génération. Britta Riley : un jardin dans mon appartement. Les Fermes Lufa. Et si on transformait le toit de votre immeuble en potager ? Une ferme Lufa sur un toit de Montréal (Fermes Lufa) Une batavia fraîchement cueillie qui craque sous la dent est un plaisir simple mais difficile à satisfaire pour un citadin.

Et si on transformait le toit de votre immeuble en potager ?

A mesure que les villes s’étendent et que les bonnes terres agricoles s’épuisent, l’appétit des consommateurs pour les produits frais et locaux se fait plus pressant. Pourquoi ne pas développer des cultures maraîchères en ville sur l’espace inutilisé des toits ? TEDxManhattan - Stephen Ritz - Green Bronx Machine - Growing Our Way Into A New Economy. U-Farm, une ferme en milieu urbain. Growing Power. Growing Power. New York Farm City. Point_de_vue_sylvie_brunel_et_les_paysans. Les semis d'intérieur : Calendrier des semis de légumes (Carnet horticole et botanique) Association Manger Santé Bio.

Les Principes de la Permaculture en Français. Fermier Urbain. Un Verger Potager Partagé à Montpellier. Le blog des semeurs. RésAL - Un résal, des réseaux...autour de l'alimentation - Montpellier - CHAIRE-UNESCO. Biocoop Réseau. Agreste. Réseau Rural Français. La ville-nature - Ville et biodiversité - CNRS sagascience. About City Farmer. Shoemakers, fashion models, computer geeks, politicians, lawyers, teachers, chefs … all city dwellers … all can grow food at home after work in back yards, community gardens or on flat roofs.

About City Farmer

For the past 36 years, City Farmer has encouraged urban dwellers to pull up a patch of lawn and plant some vegetables, kitchen herbs and fruit. Our message is the same today as it was in 1978 and will be relevant far into the future. This website is a collection of stories about our work at City Farmer here in Vancouver, Canada, and about urban farmers from around the world. The site is maintained by City Farmer executive director, Michael Levenston. Email: cityfarmer@gmail.com Phone: 604.685.5832 City Farmer’s first web site Urban Agriculture Notes (www.cityfarmer.org) has hundreds of pages of information about city farming. City Farmer teaches people how to grow food in the city, compost their waste and take care of their home landscape in an environmentally responsible way.

Vincent Callebaut Architecte DRAGONFLY. The world of fast-food and frozen food is over!

Vincent Callebaut Architecte DRAGONFLY

The urban keen interest of the beginning of our Century turns toward the garden flat bringing back the countryside in our overcrowded cities fighting from now on for a community urban agriculture able to contribute to the durability of the city and to rethink the food production. On the roofs, terraces, balconies, in the hollow of the non-built public spaces, in the interior yards and the suspended greenhouses, the eco-warrior aspires to escape from its competitive and consumeristic universe imposed by the laws of the market.

He desires to cultivate its immediate landscape so as to better take root in the ground by creating his own ecologic and alimentary biodiversity. The consumer becomes from then on producer and the garden inhabitant ! According to the PNUD (Programme of the United Nations for the Development), the worldwide urban population will go from 3.1 billion of inhabitants in 2009 up to 5.5 billion of inhabitants within 2025. Re:farm the city. I will share here a low cost solution for the recycling of organic waste, appropriate for apartments and urban housing that do not have a piece of land or an outdoor area.

re:farm the city

This construction is inspired by the Cadico earthworms nice project. The photos are from the composter I made here at home : ) It’s called a Vermi composter because we use worms in the process, uhuuuuu big thanks to the worms, they deserve! To make this kind of composter, it is important to use stackable supports to separate the different stages of composting. In this case, I used 3 buckets of margarine 15L reused. You can ask for them for free at local businesses such as coffee shops, bakeries, juice houses, etc.. The first step is to cut the center of the lids that stands between the buckets.

Then we will make holes into the bottom of the 2 buckets that will stay on top and receive the organic waste. We also make small holes in the lid that will stay on top and was not cut: We use the California red worms. . . CRAPAUD – Collectif de recherche en aménagement paysager et agriculture urbaine durable. Agriculture. Laboratoire d’Urbanisme Agricole. Our vision is a city of rooftop farms... Accueil.