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  • 1. FARM TO MARKETproduction, distribution and selling of food within the community
  • 2. • large scale farm Wheat Fields Montana
  • 3. City Slicker Farm Oakland
  • 4. Maine Farms at Work
  • 5. Protecting Farmland
  • 6. Rhode Island’s farmers contribute 90 million dollars to economy.
  • 7. Chicago ILHolyoke MA
  • 8. • tiny with big carTypical size of community garden plot
  • 9. Farriers and Veterinarians
  • 10. Farriers and Veterinarians Community Kitchens Seed and Feed Store Implement dealer
  • 11. A dairy collective of 9 farms
  • 12. Over 120 Sheep Growers
  • 13. City Farm Scratch FarmRed Planet Farm Front Step Farm
  • 14. Culinary and Economic Placemaking
  • 15. Culinary and Economic Placemaking
  • 16. Codman Community Farm in Lincoln MA
  • 17. HARVESTING THE WILD T1
  • 18. The Original Organic
  • 19. Gathering dulse Nova Kim and Les HookGathering rice source wild foods for restaurants inVermont The Original Organic
  • 20. WILDERNESS CASE STUDY YOSEMITE
  • 21. WILDERNESS CASE STUDY YOSEMITE YOSEMITE map
  • 22. Acorns from black oaks managed over hundreds of years
  • 23. Our first National Park 1890
  • 24. RESTORING AGRICULTURAL COMMUNITIES T-2 T2 20+ acres The Rural Zone
  • 25. Farm as Foodshed
  • 26. 7 acresRhode Island contains 10% of land it needs
  • 27. Tuscan
  • 28. • Land Trusts• NRCS National Resource Conservation Service of the USDA• Co-ops• American Farmland Trust s aving the land that sustains us• SAGE• land trusts sustainable agriculture education• New • NRCSSmall Farm Institute England National Resource Conservation Service of the USDA• Leasing Co-ops • • American Farmland Trust saving the land that sustains us • SAGE sustainable agriculture education • New England Small Farm Institute
  • 29. • legacy farm Billing Farm VT
  • 30. Crop rotation through grazing
  • 31. “Connecting farmers, chefs and eaters”
  • 32. Community Supported Agriculture CSA
  • 33. Ayers Creek Farm
  • 34. new farm to table
  • 35. • road side farm stand Seasonal Farm Stands
  • 36. General Store
  • 37. Truck FarmerPick Your Own
  • 38. RURAL CASE STUDY LOS POBLANOS NM Los Poblanos
  • 39. Acequias
  • 40. • lavender fields
  • 41. • CSA
  • 42. Sand Hill Cranes
  • 43. Farm to Table
  • 44. Mount VernonGeorge Washington’s Georgian farm on the Potomac River.
  • 45. • farm worker housing Moule & Polyzoides, design by Bill Dennis Farm-worker Housing Shafter CA
  • 46. RECONFIGURING SPRAWL T-3 T3 • Reconfiguring SprawlMedium scale agriculture Small farms 5-20 acres
  • 47. Agricultural District Before Development Rural by Design
  • 48. After Conventional Development Dodd Associates, Rural Design Manual Rural by Design
  • 49. After Creative Development Rural by Design
  • 50. Better Still InfillComparative size Mall vs Town 116 acres Rockland Maine
  • 51. Mixed lot sizes
  • 52. Village Market
  • 53. general store• general store General Store
  • 54. Direct Farm Purchase
  • 55. SUB - URBAN CASE STUDY HADLEY MA Incorporated 1659
  • 56. SUB - URBAN CASE STUDY HADLEY MA Incorporated 1659
  • 57. SUB - URBAN CASE STUDY HADLEY MA
  • 58. Typical Farm Complex
  • 59. Town CenterHadley Commons sugar maples Farm House 330’ ROW - Green + Two-way Traffic Both Sides
  • 60. RURAL URBAN CONNECTIVITY T-4 T4 Specialty farms 1-5 acres • Rural Urban Connectivity Community Gardens Front Gardens Kitchen Gardens
  • 61. • green thumb lots
  • 62. edible flowers and herbs
  • 63. edible flowers and herbs
  • 64. Backyard sheep, geese and chickens Portsmouth NH
  • 65. INTRA-URBAN AGRICULTURE T-4 Community gardens Yard Gardens Container Gardens
  • 66. Historic Boston Community Gardens
  • 67. Cleveland City Hall Plaza -1943
  • 68. Cleveland City Hall Plaza -1943
  • 69. kindergarden Portland OR - 1943
  • 70. Toronto
  • 71. Urban Farmingleading the way• Milwaukee• Mac Arthur Genius• $400,000. to create jobs in urban agriculture Will Allen CEO Growing Power
  • 72. 40 squares miles of vacant land 25,600 acres DETROIT - Motor City to Farm City
  • 73. 40 squares miles of vacant land 25,600 acres DETROIT - Motor City to Farm City
  • 74. Urban Agriculture in Chicago:Navigating the Rules of Zoning for Urban Farms
  • 75. YARDS
  • 76. kitchen gardenTsawwassen B.C. Canada
  • 77. Williamsburg
  • 78. Williamsburg
  • 79. Kitchen Gardens, Orchards and Fields
  • 80. Market Hall with Community Room Above
  • 81. GENERAL STORE Apartments above
  • 82. Farmer’s Market
  • 83. garden center Small Garden Shop
  • 84. EDGE CASE STUDY New Town St. Charles MS Founded in 2003
  • 85. New Town Organic Farm
  • 86. In -Town Markets
  • 87. • comm Community and production plots
  • 88. NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER T-5 T5• Secure Community Gardens secure open space for community gardens
  • 89. • Oakland City Farm City Slicker Farm Oakland CA
  • 90. Farm Steward Rich Pederson South Side Community Land Trust City Farm Providence RILast year, City Farm grew 1,539 pounds of food on just 3/4 of an acre!
  • 91. Urban Apple Trees - Peterborough NH
  • 92. Brooklyn Orchard
  • 93. Edible Streets - Portland OR
  • 94. Driveway to Foodway
  • 95. wild cherries, elderberries, spring ramps, purslane, ...... Ginkgo nuts, a delicacy Urban Foraging Networks
  • 96. Mapping Seattle’s Urban Orchard
  • 97. Alice Water’s School Yard Edible Garden
  • 98. Involving City and Suburban Kids with Growing Food
  • 99. CONTAINER AND ROOF GARDENS
  • 100. Transforming a Parking Lot
  • 101. Vertical Fence Maine Botanic Garden
  • 102. St. LouisPlanter Buffers
  • 103. Civic Square
  • 104. detroit Edible Walls Growing Power Headquarters
  • 105. Salad Wall
  • 106. Mobile Edible Wall Units (MEWU)
  • 107. Planting Strip Gardens , Portland OR
  • 108. alley way herbsHerb Alley behind Restaurant
  • 109. Balcony Gardens
  • 110. Truck Farm
  • 111. Dock Farm
  • 112. Pot Farm
  • 113. Roof Farm
  • 114. Culinary Farm
  • 115. CITY CENTER T-6 Permanent Market Halls, Squares & Grocers
  • 116. Quincy Market Boston MA 1825 Cuadios de John Stobart
  • 117. Faneuil Hall Market 1890
  • 118. T-6Faneuil Hall Market circa 1922
  • 119. Pike Place Market Seattle
  • 120. Produce Market Hall
  • 121. • districts, food streets• Specialty shops• Push carts Food Street
  • 122. market street Pick ‘n Eat
  • 123. Market Hall Local Products
  • 124. No Market
  • 125. Food Market
  • 126. Market Under Bridge
  • 127. Market - No Hall
  • 128. market with espalir Ephemeral Market
  • 129. • farmers market Street Closures
  • 130. • green grocers Sidewalk Market
  • 131. • green grocers Sidewalk Market
  • 132. • corner stores Corner Market
  • 133. Mobile Market
  • 134. Push Cart Markets
  • 135. URBAN CASE STUDY BOSTON EMERALD NECKLACE
  • 136. Back Bay Fens
  • 137. Fenway Victory Gardens
  • 138. Boston Emerald Necklace City Bountiful
  • 139. Farm to Table
  • 140. • Grocers Rising Tide Market, Damariscotta ME ,
  • 141. WHAT’S NEXT?• Conclusion
  • 142. a book about creating policies for new urban uses
  • 143. Bon Appétit!

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