Ali Kawakita created NOCA?! to give a home to young people who were abused by their parents during their childhood. Working hard in farming or in crafts, they find their way to independence.
Last week, Yardfarmers Project Director Erik Assadourian talked with Arnie Arneson on her show on WNHN 94.7 FM in Concord, NH about yardfarming and the latest news on the show.
t’s here! After our successful call for contestants this summer, we produced a trailer with five budding yardfarmers. Watch it now! And then share the video with your friends!
If you are seriously contemplating a full-time career or even a side business in yardfarming, Curtis Stone’s upcoming book, The Urban Farmer, is definitely the place to start.
Bike-riding farmers in Orlando, Florida, are helping communities produce their own food—right on their own front lawns.
Sean Conway is building his own yardfarming business to create a local food community in Lakewood, CO
Good news for yardfarmers in Pittsburgh. A new ordinance now makes it easier to have chickens, ducks, goats, and more additions to your yardfarm!
Urban agriculture is thriving in San Diego, thanks in part to Seeds@City Urban Farm, a working farm in downtown San Diego that serves as an outdoor classroom for San Diego City College’s sustainable urban agriculture program.
Yardfarmers is a new reality TV/documentary series hybrid for release in Spring 2017 that has the potential to shift how many see their backyards and food.
Cuyahoga Valley National Park (CVNP) in Peninsula, Ohio, has nine homesteaders who reside on the Park’s land.
So how do we create new jobs, rebuild local economies, bring back local agriculture, and make societies more resilient to climate change and potential disruptions in global food trade?
After 14 incredible seasons, Yardfarmers—the award-winning reality TV show that inspired a national change in how we grow and eat food, and ultimately how we live—is finally coming to an end.