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Sustainable Ag + Food News: Seedstock’s Weekly Roundup

February 6, 2015 |

seedstock1  How Urban Farming Could Change Hawaii

Excerpt: For all its lushness, the state imports the vast majority of its food. Advocates like Hunter Heaivilin think they have the solution.

2  Urban farms continue to grow in Indianapolis – AgriNews

Excerpt: INDIANAPOLIS — Urban farming is not a new topic to growers in Indianapolis, but it certainly is a growing trend.

3  Could Washington, D.C., Become the American Capital of Urban Farming?

Excerpt: ‘A thousand people a month are moving into Washington, D.C. Many of these people are young professionals who are moving in and want healthy, sustainable, local food.

4  On the East End of Long Island, Embracing Local Wheat

Excerpt: East End farmers are bringing commercial grain production back to local agriculture.

5  Can scientists engineer drought-tolerant plants?

Excerpt: As the California drought enters its fourth year, scientists are trying to genetically engineer plants that survive on less water.

6  Seattle is now publicly shaming people for putting food in their trash bins

Excerpt: Too lazy to separate your trash? Too bad if you’re living in Seattle.

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