farm city!


April 4, 2011
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summer / food / fun.

July 28, 2010
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I just came from my friend Dave’s afternoon, mid-week farm market. He’s growing some really great shit.
I bought eggs and carrots and herbs and lettuces and onions and tomatoes and tri-coloured beans and zucchini.
Inspired. Gonna make some summer foods.

canadian cultural landscapes.

April 15, 2010
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Canada Wheat Board Trains.

Canadian Wheat Board design is pretty solid – a modern logo combined with traditional typeface. I’m happy to see these train-cars grace the rails of this great land.

Farm City Living.

December 11, 2009
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Spacing Atlantic. Urban Issues Blog. Autumn 2009.

New markets are popping up all over the city. Whether it’s from a North End street-side market or one found in a South End parking lot, more and more people are buying local food. Although most Haligonians embrace the local food movement, Halifax city council isn’t on board; at least when it comes to urban poultry. The beginning of 2008 saw city council taking a stance against food security with its decision to ban backyard laying hens. Almost two years later, it seems that urban agriculture enthusiasts and amateur chicken farmers will get another chance to plead their case…

Read more about Halifax chickens here.