A peculiarity of urban farming: Even when nearby land is freezing, the city is warm—until frost makes the carrots sweet
On the roof of a New York warehouse, kale is swaying in the wind, honey bees are dying, and a farmer is enriching the soil
As the weather cools in Brooklyn, tomatoes ripen in one final burst, pickling season begins, and seeds are sowed anew
The founder of the Eagle Street Rooftop Farm explains why urban chicken-keeping isn't just a fad
As chickens—and high winds—arrive at Brooklyn's only rooftop farm, its founder strives to grow "food with a farmer's face"
A recipe for urban agriculture: mix the roof of a warehouse, 200,000 pounds of soil, and the essays of Wendell Berry.