Hot and Cute Photos of Urban Farming!

June 7, 2009 at 5:12 am Leave a comment

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Awww… Sweet chicks in the yard – definitely got to get me some! (Photo via iReport)

Want to see some really cute and lovely pictures of urban farming and agriculture in North America? Check out the link below!

Urban Farming: News & Videos about Urban Farming – iReport.com: “Urban farms are sprouting up in communities across the country — from backyard plots and window boxes to neighborhood gardens. These urban farms are helping transform communities with limited access to fresh fruits and vegetables”

(Via iReport.)

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