Top 10 Urban Gardens Stories of 2009

December 26, 2009 by

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1. Farming Freedom and Hope After Katrina

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2. Honey I’m Home! High Hives for Urban Beekeepers

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3. The Future’s Looking Up on a Rooftop Farm

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4. Window Farms: Getting the Hang of Urban Farming in Your Own Apartment

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5. Rain Barrels: It’s Pouring with Sustainable, Stylish, and Witty Designs

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6. How to Grow Your Own Living House

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7. Paris: Sustainable Hidden Gardens of Solitude

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8. Christiania: An Embarrassment of Riches for Copenhagen

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9. Landscape Architects Unveil Sustainability Design and Planning Resource Guides

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10. Visual Caffeine on Streets of Paris

 

And one more for good measure…


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11. Urban Gardens Blog Recipient of 2009 Platinum Design Award

  • http://lastfrontiergarden.blogspot.com/ Christine B.

    Congrats on the award! I love the picture of the window garden, I’ve never seen anything like it. And thanks for the visual caffeine:)

    Christine in Alaska

  • Rosanne

    Congratulations on the Creativity Award. I enjoy the blog and forward it to friends.

  • http://shaneshirleysmith.blogspot.com Shane

    Congrats in the award! You should write a book!

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