The labs perched on the rooftops of some Manhattan schools are teeming with life — and not just that of fifth graders.
Would these soil-free vertical systems be better for the planet than outdoor agriculture? Maybe.
As NYU’s purple empire expands, high-tech, multimillion-dollar concrete buildings encircle Washington Square Park. But on an eighth of an acre at the corner of Houston and Wooster, something green has sprouted, too.
The Farm to City Expo is March 4! Register now for free access to discussions on how local food sourcing can be profitable for everyone.
If you’re the last-minute type, don’t fret. This year, we’ve got you covered with nine local gifts ideas for the food enthusiast in your life.
On the 12th day of Christmas, our editorial staff made a wish list. Our list is inspired both by near and far, but undeniably has one common theme: what we like to eat, and how and where we like to enjoy it.
Carolyn Dimitri, an associate professor of food studies at New York University, received a USDA grant to study the economic viability of urban agriculture in the U.S.
How to make dinner for 80,000 and other holiday miracles.
Lior Lev Sercarz’s world view in a jar.
Good for livestock, farmers, chefs and eaters.
Robert (our cover model for the July/August issue) and colleague Dwan are now both active in the Hort’s GreenTeam, the paid-internship follow-up program that helps transition participants back into their communities.
As the executive chef at Wellness in the Schools, an organization that brings healthy meals to 30,000 public school students, Telepan knows what it takes to get kids on board with tropical kale salad and autumn squash soup.