Books: Urban Farmers
The Now (and How) of Growing Food in the City
The concrete jungles of modern cities might seem hostile to nature, but they are full of natural life. From beekeeping on rooftops to underground mushroom farms, Urban Farmers explores the rich world of planting, growing, and harvesting in modern cities and shows that soil, seeds, and concrete can be the unexpected formula for a greener, healthier and more sustainable life in the city.
This book showcases the vast universe of urban agriculture in different parts of the world, with a mix of in-depth case studies, step-by-step activities and essays by experts in the field – this book gibes you the chance to learn from the best.
Publisher: Gestalten / Editor: Valery Rizzo / Texts: Mónica R. Goya / 256 pages / Colour photography