Video: What Urban Farming Looks Like


| 6/15/2010 8:50:11 AM


Urban Farm

"I take the sort of state of anarchy of our neighborhood to my advantage." That's Novella Carpenter, author of the book Farm City, talking about her urban farm in Oakland. This delightful and inspiring documentary short was produced by the food website Chow.

Source: Chow

tigeh1
7/2/2013 4:28:00 PM

Marvelous. Good initiative and effort.


Anita Måndeva Fd Tännström
9/12/2012 10:36:11 AM

Yes, I do agree with you. The woman talks about killing her animals with the feeling that it is not ok really for her to do it. She does not seem comfortable herself with killing her animals.


Brooke Murray
8/5/2012 2:44:44 AM

opossums are not things they are creatures with gentle natures that deserve respect. I find it horrific that she is ok with being a predator but can't except another predator. I also don't think that killing is a natural proggression of raising an animal. I like her garden and her goats.




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