Urban Agriculture: Tonic or Toxic?
Agriculture / compost / Education / Food industry / food movements / Harvest / NYU Urban Farm Lab / Organic / Planting / soil health / Urban agriculture

Urban Agriculture: Tonic or Toxic?

Ever since I was child, I have been mother’s little helper in the garden. Organic, fresh, vegetables were always the preference in our household. Then, with maturity came my acceptance to college and my big move to New York City. To no surprise, there is only a limited number of organic produce available in most … Continue reading

In Appreciation of Cover Crops: Plants that do Work for Us!
crop rotation / Farms / Personal Reflections / Planting / soil health

In Appreciation of Cover Crops: Plants that do Work for Us!

I don’t remember when I first heard the term “cover cropping,” but I know it was a while after I developed a serious interest in gardening and farming. An ongoing curiosity concerning the growth and care of plants has resulted in my working in the horticulture department of a zoo, as an employee of a … Continue reading