I envisioned stories on scallops and seltzer, irrigation and infusions.
Salt can be made in New York City, staggeringly easily.
Urban gardeners found themselves in that position in 2001, when a drought inspired the folks at GrowNYC to help them harvest a vital new crop: rain.
Last year along, the paddy produced about 30 pounds of rice, and immeasurable quantities of enlightenment.
The drink on tap at Molecule isn’t wine or beer, but pure water.
A family business frozen in time.
Tabletop toys let you make your own seltzer or soda, sans packaging.
What will it take to wean 8 million New Yorkers off bottled beverages?
Woolly Pockets help urban gardeners go vertical.
How we almost lost the Peconic Bay scallop—and why we’ve almost got it back.
You’ve caught a mess of highly perishable fish. Now what?