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CNUNE Summit Mary Dennis

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

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