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Urban Farm

 
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$15.00 1 Year (6 Issues)
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About Urban Farm

Urban Farm Magazine is a guide for those in cities or suburbs looking to become more self-sufficient by growing some of their own food and treading lightly on the environment in the space they have. Articles include how-to projects, gardening basics, composting, beekeeping, roof-top gardening, preserving and freezing, and time and money-saving ideas.

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4.6 out of 5
 

Based on 17 reviews

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5 out of 5

Urban Farm

 

I have been looking for magazine like this one for a while. This mag is informative with traditional and newly recognized ways of gardening. I can hardly wait until the next issue arrives. Thank you Urban Farms I finally found the help I needed for gardening

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

 
 
5 out of 5

Urban Farm is fantastic

 

Urban Farm is full of many innovative ideas and products. I look forward to receiving it and am delighted with the help and ideas that it is chalk full of. With our dependence on others for so many of our necesities, I find it very impowering to learn quick and easy ways to be more self-reliant.

 
 
5 out of 5

 

Each issue is filled with excellent advise on raising food in a small space using environmentally-conscious methods. From backyard beekeepers to growing a small vegetable plot, there is something for everyone.

 
 
4 out of 5

Interesting articles

 

First issue came and almost all the articles were useful for me.

 
 
5 out of 5

 

This magazine is informative and offers many practical recomendations.

 
 
5 out of 5

Great for everyone

 

Interesting articles and a great way to introduce the neophyte to doable projects. Fun and personally rewarding.

 
 
5 out of 5

The most useful magazine for the the urban dweller

 

I love this magazine- unlike others that I could mention, it has good, practical information that I can use. With this one, you don't get a lot of frou-frou advice on how to select your outdoor candle holders, or a bunch of glossy pictures of elegant outdoor dining- it's nuts and bolts: how to improve your soil, how to improve your vegetables, how to raise chickens and bees, if you've a mind to. It's an excellent choice for those who are interested in growing their own food, and improving their land. I highly recommend it.

 
 
5 out of 5

This is the best magazine for home gardeners.

 

This magazine is loaded with very helpful information and suggestions for home gardening. I actually read it cover to cover and can't wait for the next issue. I'm very happy with this subscription and will probably renew it later. Thank you.

 
 
5 out of 5

Great for "city/suburban dwellers" with a heart in the country

 

Urban Farm is full of substantive articles and minimal ads. I particularly enjoy the monthly section on beekeeping. The magazine, in it's entirety, is a breath of fresh air. This is a great magazine for anyone who enjoys organic gardening, bees, animals or just keeping the environment clean. A++

 
 
5 out of 5

Great magazine for hobby gardeners/farmers, teachers, and agriculture experts!

 

 
 
 

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