City-life is constantly changing – with the times, the people and the technology. But at a fundamental level, everything stays the same – the circle of life. What Urban Reforestation’s Target 3008 photography exhibition “Life in the City” highlights is just that – the unchanging elements of life.
Worm farming: fantastic, fun and functional. There are many ways that you can reduce your organic waste output. But one of the most intriguing and quirky ways is worm farming! It’s a great way to compost.
In September, the Managing Director of Urban Reforestation, Emily Ballantyne-Brodie was invited to attend the Better City Better Life CUMULUS Design Conference at the World Expo in Shanghai. The theme of the World Expo 2010 is Better City, Better Life. Emily reports back on her visit.
Urban Farming is about bringing sustainable food production into the cities, using underutilized space like rooftops and empty plots to create a farming environment in the city.
Not only can you come down and help or watch a garden grow but at Urban Reforestation we have workshops and events that will inspire you to create. Our focus is on all things sustainable and we think that covers a pretty broad range of fun and interesting things to learn about.