Cologne Creates a Roadmap for Becoming an ‘Edible City’

Cologne Creates a Roadmap for Becoming an ‘Edible City’

by Julia Fine, ODP Contributing Writer The Food Policy Council of Cologne, Germany has “received government support for its project to make Cologne an ‘edible city,’” MOLD Magazine reported. An “edible city” revolves around, as John P. Kazior wrote, “long-term planning to make green spaces more biodiverse, to promote urban agriculture, and foster local food […]

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Atlanta to Create Largest Food Forest in the United States

Atlanta to Create Largest Food Forest in the United States

by Madison Pravecek and Miro Korenha  Late last month, the Atlanta City Council voted to transform 7.1 acres of unused property into a public park and garden. The best part about it? The park will grow organically-grown nuts, fruits, berries, vegetables and medicinal herbs for local residents to propagate and pick free of charge. Once […]

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