Urban Homesteading: Backyards, Bees and Chickens

Urban Homesteading: Backyards, Bees and Chickens

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Linda Ly
Dec 21, 2011
The homegrown evolution has gained much popularity, especially with city dwellers and suburbanites hoping to turn a plot of land, a container-filled balcony, or even an empty wall into a local food source. If you've been curious about edible gardening, beekeeping or chicken-tending, dig in, get inspired, and get growing! TOP ROW • 1 Kelly and Erik's Urban Farm • 2 Andrea's Mini Urban Farm • 3 Inspiration Gallery: Edible Gardens in Every Shape and Size • 4 Outdoor Inspiration: Front Yard Farms & Grass-Free Gardens • 5 Gone with the Lawn: Edible Yards MIDDLE ROW • 6 Inspiration Gallery: Container & Window Box Gardens • 7 How To Grow Your Own Food If You're A Renter • 8 City Farmer: Edible Walls in Vancouver • 9 The Unwaste Station: A Cool DIY Compost Bin • 10 How To Brew Compost Tea BOTTOM ROW • 11 Urban Farming Trends: Backyard Beekeeping • 12 9 Backyard Bee Homes and Farms • 13 Gardening With Chickens: Best Backyard Breeds • 14 Pimp My Coop: Cool Cribs For Backyard Chickens • 15 Working Girls: Use Chickens to Till Your Garden
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Welcome to Re-Nest's Best of 2011 roundup! From December 19 through January 1 we are rounding up some of our favorite (and your favorite) posts from the past year.

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