Farming in the City

Check out our gallery to see what one city dweller is growing and raising on his urban farm.
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Photo By: Image courtesy of Ben Rollins

Photo By: Image courtesy of Ben Rollins

Photo By: Image courtesy of Ben Rollins

Photo By: Image courtesy of Ben Rollins

Photo By: Image courtesy of Ben Rollins

Photo By: Image courtesy of Ben Rollins

Photo By: Image courtesy of Ben Rollins

Photo By: Image courtesy of Ben Rollins

Citified Fowl

These chickens are right at home in their urban coop.

Meet Lance Gummere

Chef-turned-farmer who takes pride in his backyard farm.

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Urban Sprawl Is For the Birds

Join the urban homesteading movement and raise your own chickens.

Farm Fresh Eggs

The benefits of having your own chickens.

A Man and His Bird

Chickens need love, too!

Urbanus Pullus

Urbanus Pullus: Urban chicken, in Latin.

Chicken in the City

Raising chickens is not just a country thing anymore.

Beware of Chickens

A tongue in cheek warning that urban fowl are in the house.

Hanging Cucumber Garden

An urban garden is all about growing veggies where you can. Atlanta chef Lance Gummere grows his cucumbers vertically.

Blueberry Anyone?

Please, have a homegrown blueberry.

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