This self-guided excursion takes visitors to community gardens, commercial farms, nurseries, an apiary and other green spaces on formerly vacant lots.
Urban farmland in Pittsburgh will soon be protected under the Three Rivers Agricultural Land Initiative
The Three Rivers Agricultural Land Initiative intends to prevent the destruction of urban farms and community gardens.
Pittsburgh Public Schools has approved a proposal for Grow Pittsburgh and The Kitchen Community to build the first five of 50 Learning Gardens in Allegheny County over the next four years.
If you’ve ever wanted to play Twister inside an art museum (while drinking a martini) or catch 50 films in 10 days, then November is the month for you.
Writing the city's new urban ag code was a team effort between nonprofits, individuals, Mayor Peduto and his team—now we have "a progressive and exciting and useful code for the city."
Nothing enlivens the urban landscape like a farmers' market with its just-picked veggies, fruits and herbs, small batch foods, flowers, music and more.
This summer, take advantage of Pittsburgh's many resources to eat local and well without spending much money.
The Planning Commission approved changes to the zoning code yesterday and made Pittsburgh urban agriculture-friendly.
"We have friends from other cities that say, 'You have a 4-acre farm five minutes from downtown?' Only in Pittsburgh."
Because who doesn't love growing their own food and drinking beer out of half-gallon jugs?