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A Year on the Road: Prinzessinnen-Garten

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This community garden is the green lung of urban Berlin

Imagine a modern city where natural resources are protected and conserved, food and inspiration are shared commodities, and every spare urban space is used to let biodiversity and fresh food thrive. This is the future that Marco Clausen and Robert Shaw have imagined for Berlin, Germany. They were so inspired by Cuba’s “agricultura urbana” that they broke ground at Moritzplatz in......read more

AgBag Backpack

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Stylish, functional pack created from upcycled agricultural materials $110.00

As an seasoned farm worker, Sean Coronis has plenty of experience with "drip tape," a plastic ribbon used extensively in irrigation systems. After learning how to weave Adirondack-style backpacks using reed, he decided to do the same using repurposed drip tape. The results are gathered under the AgBag Project banner, and include this attractive, functional backpack. With a canvas flap that......read more

Pact Socks 3-Pack

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Pesticide-free socks feature graphics inspired by American agricultural heritage $30.00

Borne from the idea that there's more to eco-friendly fashion than hemp and burlap, BeGood Clothing offers a solid selection of sustainable threads and accessories from brands like Arbor Collective, Threads For Thought, and PACT, which made these brightly colored Camp socks emblazoned with symbols of farming. But the celebration of agriculture doesn't stop there. Using the buy-one-give-one......read more

Hy-Fi by The Living

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Organic tower made from agricultural waste wins MoMA PS1 competition

Each summer, an up-an-coming architect is given the chance to transform the outdoor courtyard at MoMA PS1 in Long Island City. This year it's David Benjamin's firm The Living, which was selected as the winner of the 15th annual Young Architects Program in New York. The Living's concept is called Hy-Fi, a circular tower of organic bricks made from corn stalks and living root structures.......read more

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