Urban RSS Feeds
Site - blog.urbact.eu
About Site - URBACT is a European exchange and learning programme promoting sustainable urban development. The URBACT Blog is a platform for sharing ideas on current urban issues and innovative solutions for cities in Europe and in the world.
Site - urbansurvivalsite.com
The Gulf Coast
About Site - Disaster can strike at any time, so if you are unable to move out of the city, you need to know how to survive in the city. Follow this blog to learn about urban survival.
Site - urbantravelblog.com
About Site - Urban Travel Blog describes about fresh ideas for city breaks in Europe and the rest of the world. Travel articles focusing on nightlife, trends, culture and eco-tourism authored by expert travel writers, headed up by experienced travel journalist and editor Duncan Rhodes, who report on trends, experiences, festivals and nocturnal adventures in cities around Europe.
Site - citylab.com
About Site - Through original reporting, sharp analysis, and visual storytelling, CityLab informs and inspires the people who are creating the cities of the future—and those who want to live there.
Site - nextcity.org
About Site - The latest stories from Next City's Forefront series. Next City is a nonprofit organization with a mission to inspire social, economic and environmental change in cities through journalism and events around the world.
Site - theurbanfarmer.co/blog
About Site - The Urban Farmer is a comprehensive, hands-on, practical manual to help you learn the techniques and business strategies you need to make a good living growing high-yield, high-value crops right in your own backyard (or someone else’s).
San Francisco, CA
About Site - Reddit is a community of millions of users engaging in the creation of content and the sharing of conversation across tens of thousands of topics including all about urban.
Site - urbangardensweb.com
Santa Monica, CA
About Site - The freshest innovative and eco-friendly designs, trends and ideas for stylish urban gardens and small spaces. Urban Gardens is an award-winning and Webby-nominated lifestyle blog with a creative blend of urban style, design, and nature curated from around the globe.
About Site - Bike Citizens love cycling and urban bike culture. Join us to make your city more liveable with your bike. Become a Bike Citizen for more urban independence. Our urban cycling magazine covers all aspects of cycling culture in cities.
Site - urbanjunglebloggers.com/all
About Site - Urban Jungle Bloggers is all about living with plants – in your home, in other interiors, in public spaces. We want to highlight the beauty and benefits of houseplants and other greeneries in urban spaces. Living with plants is not merely about styling and decorating. Houseplants have beneficial effects on our living environment and make our lives better, healthier and more beautiful.
Site - porttowns.port.ac.uk
Based in Portsmouth, UK
About Site - The Port Towns and Urban Cultures group is dedicated to furthering our understanding of the social and cultural contexts of ports across the globe from the early modern period. It recognizes the importance of ports as liminal places where marine and urban spaces converge, producing a unique site of socio-cultural exchange that reinforced and challenged identities, perceptions and boundaries.
About Site - Growing Your Greens is the most watched gardening show on youtube. It's a fun and enlightening show on how to grow food at your home and beyond. John provides you with tips and tricks as well as shares his experiences growing food at his urban homestead. John is dedicated to helping you sustainably grow the highest quality fruits, vegetables, herbs, nuts and other edible foods in your front yard.
About Site - AlboPepper is for urban gardeners who enjoy the science of plant growing. Not just what to do, but also WHY we do it. This is gardening for open-minded people who like to learn. It is the place to learn about: • SIPs and Self-Watering Containers • Raised Beds and High Density Gardening • Artificial Lighting for your Seedlings • Composting with Worms and Tumblers • Product Tests & Experiments.
Site - hobbyfarms.com/urban-farming
Orange County, CA
About Site - Inspiration and advice for growing fruits and vegetables, raising farm animals and back-to-basics living on farms of all sizes—from city plots to the rural back-40.
Site - epicgardening.com/blog
About Site - Learn how to grow anything, no matter where you live.The mission of Epic Gardening is to spread urban agriculture and innovative growing solutions through neighborhoods, cities and towns nationwide.
Site - travelsofadam.com/blog
About Site - One of the world's most popular men's lifestyle & hipster travel blogs with stories from around the world — city destinations & cultural experiences. You’ll find gay travel stories, nightlife tips, photos and all-too-personal stories from my travel adventures around the world.
Site - kent.muddystilettos.co.uk
About Site - The inside line on the quirky, cool and unmissable in Kent. Everything from eating out and pubs, what's on, beauty, fashion, spas, and travel to country walks, kids, art, education, and culture.
Site - ideas.swagroup.com
About Site - IDEAS blog by SWA Group is a place to explore, share, and document our thinking, work, and current research. They explore several new and long-standing concepts in landscape architecture, planning, and urban design from the creation of great urban landscapes, urban ecologies, and landscape infrastructure.
Site - yougrowgirl.com
About Site - You Grow Girl™ was launched by Gayla Trail in February 2000 and has grown into a thriving project that speaks to a new kind of gardener, seeking to redefine the modern world relationship to plants. This contemporary, laid-back approach to organic gardening places equal importance on environmentalism, style, affordability, art, and humour.
Site - forurbanwomen.com
Bonifacio Global City, PH
About Site - This is the online urban-lifestyle magazine for modern women in different cities of the world. Urban Women are smart, chic, stylish and knows how to deal everything that surrounds her - knows how to juggle her life with work, families and friends, career, and others.
Site - wetheurban.com
About Site - We The Urban’s issue-based magazine and daily web features aim to capture and shine a light on multicultural vanguard creatives who push boundaries in fashion, art, music, and various other respective creative fields.
Site - urbanspree.com/blog
About Site - Urban Spree is a 1700 sqm artistic space in Berlin-Friedrichshain dedicated to urban cultures through exhibitions, artist residencies, DIY workshops, concerts, an art store and a large Biergarten.
Site - cyclechic.co.uk/blog
About Site - Cyclechic’s mission is to promote cycling as a desirable lifestyle choice and encourage more women to take to two wheels. We aim to provide urban cyclists with the best range of stylish yet practical cycling accessories and The Cyclechic Blog offers tips, advice and style inspiration.
Site - urban-hub.com
About Site - URBAN HUB is an interactive platform for people working on the future of cities and mobility. We collect personal stories about urban landmarks and future ideas for the sustainable development of cities worldwide.
Site - theurbangent.com
About Site - The Urban Gentleman is a guide to men's fashion, style, and grooming. Covering everything from the best dressed men in Hollywood to how to tie a tie. Features complete guides on wardrobe basics, how to prepare and shop for formal events, and much more.
Site - modernchicmag.com
About Site - Modern Chic Magazine is an online magazine for the women of today! We cover fashion, beauty, entertainment, life & advice and more. We want to create a cyberspace where women can come and enjoy the wonderful articles we provide.
Site - urbanfarm.org/blog
About Site - Welcome to The Urban Farm. Growing gardeners into farmers the easy way. Urban farming, backyard farming, balcony farming, permaculture and more. With stories, how-to's, and helpful articles focusing on inspiration and education for urban farmers and gardeners!
39. FYXO RSS Feed
Site - urbanswank.com
About Site - Urban Swank is a lifestyle blog dedicated to bringing a wealth of information and a different perspective on all things related to food, beauty, travel, and fashion! We will write about it, travel for it, attend events around it, and talk to the experts regarding it.
About Site - The Urban Vertical Farming Project is the first site providing you with real data about urban vertical farming. Through case studies, exclusive interviews, financial insight, and how-to posts, we are sharing for free what most people would charge by the minute for.
Site - ugaurbanag.com/gardens
About Site - The UGA Community and School Gardens page allows community and school gardeners to get garden ideas for success and to share photos of their gardens. The Center for Urban Agricultural and Environmental Sciences will provide intellectual leadership through research, teaching and extension to sustain urban ecosystems, enhance economic development, and improve the quality of life in urban settings.
Site - theurbanumbrella.com
About Site - The Urban Umbrella is a Vancouver Style, Beauty and Fashion blog by Bree Aylwin, for the every girl who loves style on a budget. It is a Vancouver based Style, Beauty, Lifestyle, & Travel blog dedicated to providing readers with relatable style daily. It aspires to provide readers with affordable and relatable style.
Site - blog.vandalog.com
About Site - Vandalog focus on coverage of street art, graffiti, and viral art that you won’t get anywhere else. Stories on Vandalog are analytical, opinionated, investigative, exclusive, under-reported, and sometimes a bit overly-intellectual.
About Site - The Green City Growers Urban Farming Blog is your source for information and news relevant to the urban farming movement in Boston and beyond!. We install and maintain urban farms & vegetable gardens in Boston while teaching clients how to grow food using their own backyards or rooftops.
Site - 66squarefeet.blogspot.com
About Site - Hello! I am Marie Viljoen, a writer, forager and gardener. 66 Square Feet was the exact footprint of my first, tiny terrace in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn - above. That garden, the meals I made there - outside on the fire, or inside in the even tinier kitchen, inspired this blog and my subsequent cookbook, 66 Square Feet - A Delicious Life. Even the New York Times wrote about it.
47. 1AM RSS Feed
Site - 1amsf.com
San Francisco, CA
About Site - 1AM, short for First Amendment, represents the freedom of speech through our urban art exhibitions, public murals, and experiences. Our mission is to progress the graffiti and street art culture by creating a cultural space and community of artists, fans, and like minded organizations.
Site - urbanpixxels.com/blog
About Site - Urban Pixxels is all about travel inspiration and information for the traveler who wants to explore the most interesting destinations in the world; prefers design boutique hotels over hostels; likes travel photos and videos more than reading about it; is always looking for the hidden gems; and believes that exploring the local food culture is just as important as sightseeing.
Site - nomadnesstv.com/blog
New York Worldwide
About Site - Nomadness Travel Tribe is the top urban travel community for diverse millenials. There is no place in the world, where we aren't. Join the cool kids of the new age travel movement.
Site - seattleurbanfarmco.com/blog
About Site - Seattle Urban Farm Company blends ecological landscaping ideas with sustainable farming principles to create unique, productive outdoor spaces. Their blog provides seasonal tips on growing, managing, and enjoying your edible landscape or urban farm.
Site - theurbancountry.com
Somewhere on a bicycle
About Site - The Urban Country's mission is simple. We publish 2-3 quality articles per week to advocate for using bicycles as transportation in North America to improve our cities, our people, and the world.
Site - farmscapegardens.com/blog
Northern Southern California
About Site - Learn about new trends in urban farming, sustainable development, agricultural communities, low water landscaping and production growing.
Site - latebloomershow.com
Los Angeles, CA
About Site - "Late Bloomer" is an urban gardening web show and blog with host Kaye Kittrell documenting her growth as a food grower with visits to others' gardens for inspiration.
btwn Oxford & Cambridge
About Site - The Blog on Structured Procrastination on Cities, Demography, Transport Policy and Spatial Analysis by Rafael H M Pereira, A PHD student.
Site - cityparksblog.org
About Site - City Parks Blog is a joint effort of the Center for City Park Excellence at the Trust for Public Land and the City Parks Alliance to chronicle the news and issues of the urban park movement.
Site - themetropole.blog
Urbanity and beyond
About Site - The Urban History Association was founded in Cincinnati in 1988 for the purpose of stimulating interest and forwarding research and study in the history of the city in all periods and geographical areas. It is affiliated with the International Planning History Society.
Site - gorillabicycles.com/blog
About Site - GOrilla urban cycling is a Swiss-based frame company. GOrilla urban cycling designs and builds steel frames and complete bikes with innovated setups and comfortable drive systems for the urban bicycle rider.
Site - urbangardeningmom.com
About Site - Grow your own herbs and vegetables at home. So I started my own blog so I could share my urban gardening journey with fellow enthusiasts, most especially those living in hot and humid climate zones.
Site - theurbanfarmers.org/blog
About Site - All about sustainable food to help the people and the planet. We are a grassroots, all-volunteer, non-profit organization in the East Bay of San Francisco. It is our goal to deliver solutions that address the needs of the people and the planet we inhabit. We harvest excess backyard fruit for the needy.
Site - ghosttownfarm.wordpress.com
About Site - A child of back-to-the-land hippies, I grew up in Idaho and Washington State. I went to University of Washington in Seattle where I majored in Biology and English.Most recently, University professor at the University of San Francisco, where I teach classes about urban farming and writing. My urban farm, Ghosttown Farm, currently hosts bees, chickens, and 36 fruit trees.
Site - nclurbandesign.org/blog
About Site - Welcome to our blog! We are a group of postgraduate students studying Urban Design at Newcastle University with backgrounds consisting of Architecture, Urban Planning and Landscape. We are a diverse cohort coming from India, China, Malaysia, Turkey and England, and we are going to share a variety of elements of urban design.
Site - urbandiaries.in
About Site - Urban Diaries is your ultimate Luxury & Lifestyle destination for inspirational editorials, celebrity interviews, and much more founded by Top Luxury Lifestyle Blogger Tanya Dhar.
Site - yycgrowers.com/blog
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
About Site - A strategic alliance of Urban/SPIN farmers and entrepreneurial food growers in Calgary sharing knowledge & building an infrastructure so all can thrive.
Site - albertaurbangarden.ca
Fort Saskatchewan Zone 3a
About Site - We hope to promote organic gardening that is simple, sustainable and does not have to cost a lot. We do this by investigating the Science behind gardening, methods, practices and products to make sure that you will have the best chance of successfully growing your own food at home.
Site - urbanfarmers.ca/blog
Vancouver, Coast Salish Terr.
About Site - The Vancouver Urban Farming Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the sustainability of urban farming in Vancouver and throughout BC.
Site - therurbanvillage.com/blog
About Site - TheRurBan Village provides the best places to visit, service for eco tourism, rural tourism places, adventure sports and offer best picnic spots tour near Delhi for family & friends.
Site - concretegarden.ca/blog
About Site - Concrete Garden is a semi-annual print magazine about sustainable urban agriculture based in Victoria, B.C. We feature compelling stories on our food system, local businesses, Indigenous food practices and food sovereignty, green architecture, and global ecological issues from a local perspective.
Site - spaceandculture.com
About Site - International journal and weblog dedicated to social spaces of all kinds. The key goal of Space and Culture, India is to ‘Share, Learn and Amend’. Therefore, the journal aims to provide a burly dais for debates, discussion on development issues, social change, and challenges specific to India.
Site - streetsy.com
Park Slope Forever
About Site - Streetsy is a place where people in the street-art and graffiti world post pictures and videos. Artists post their recent work, and fans post stuff they’ve seen and liked and want to share with others. The site is run by Jake Dobkin, a graffiti photographer.
Site - jpetersongardendesign.com
About Site - Jenny brings a deep understanding of the ecosystems that promote a vibrant garden: healthy soil, integrated pest management, appropriate plant choices and organic methods. She is committed to using primarily native and adapted plants to conserve water and reflect the beautiful Texas landscape.
About Site - CommonWealth's mission is to grow food, equip a network of urban gardeners, create local jobs, turn local waste into compost, and connect OKC neighbors in the process.
Site - urbanfoodguy.com
New York City
About Site - Urbanfoodguy aka Mark Owen – Self-taught cook with an environmental/political bent. 28 years of cooking experience. I live in Manhattan on the Lower East Side in an apartment with an amazing kitchen thanks to my husband of 27 years, Neil. In the last 4 years I have focused more and more on food.
Site - urbanfinland.com
About Site - Welcome to From Rurban to Urban – a blog about the past, present and future of Finnish cities and urban life. This blog is my personal attempt to draw attention to the urban environment in Finland authored by Timo Hämäläinen. He is an Urban Planning Enthusiast who travels a lot.
Site - smallplaces.org/blog
About Site - Small Places LLC strives to be the leader in Houston urban agriculture by integrating strong business principles, innovative organic food production, community collaboration, and healthy living.
Site - urbanplanningblog.com
About Site - My name is Pratik Mhatre. I have a Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Science program from Texas A&M University, College Station. Through this blog, I hope to engage in discussion on trends in urban planning and design. I will also pen down my personal thoughts and opinions.
Site - schwandl.blogspot.com
About Site - UrbanRail.Net is your gateway to any information related to metros, subways, trams and light rail or similar urban rail transit systems around the world. UrbanRail.Net gives you a general overview of each city's metro system and links you to other relevant sites.
About Site - Hashtag Urbanism is a city blog that aims to create and curate all content that can be tagged with the #urbanism. Through our posts, we aim to highlight how one encounters design and architecture in simple ways in a city and its potential in transforming our perceptions of the place. Based in Chennai, Hashtag Urbanism is also a chronicler of all stories that make this beautiful city what it is.
Site - thelastleafgardener.com
About Site - Welcome to Patricia Youngquist, The Last Leaf Gardener's blog. I'm an author, artist, and urban gardener living in NYC. My book, "Words In Our Beak Volume One," set in my rooftop garden is now in softcover format! It's a story told by Cam, the female cardinal, pictured above.
About Site - All Gardening Tips Including Indoor & Outdoor Gardening For Beginners & Professionals. Explore ACE Gardener Blog for urban gardening tips and ideasabout growing your own food with limited space.
Site - uaf.org.au/blog
About Site - By promoting urban agriculture events across Australia, Sustain aims to showcase the range, richness and diversity of urban agriculture practices. The nationwide Sustainable Living Festival is this year being held between February 4-28. The month long Festival attracts over 120,000 visitors and is the biggest sustainable living festival in the southern hemisphere.
Kansas City MO
About Site - Helping disadvantaged communities rebuild from within. At The Urban Farming Guys, we focus on building local economy, capacity, and resiliency while giving back to the global open source community. The Urban Farming Guys is a 501c3 Non Profit Organization
Site - littlecityfarm.blogspot.com
About Site - The family at Little City Farm is an urban homesteading family of four trying to live simply and sustainably in a mid-sized city in southwestern Ontario. They have been living on 1/3 acre city homestead for 15 years, using the principles of permaculture as their guide, while trying to minimize their impact on the environment.
Site - fashbox.com
About Site - Fashbox is about fashionable living from an urban contemporary culture point of view, which I guess stems from hop hip culture. This means I’m going to cover many different areas (as you can see from the above menu) giving a honest opinion and not just a glossy one, which other culture vulture blogs do.
Site - myurbanfarm.blogspot.com
About Site - Welcome to our adventures in urban farming in NYC! What began as an experiment with growing a few veggies in the Bronx has become a great success for our Bridge clients and community. This is an online record of our experiences on the farm, written by Stacey Van Rossum, with photos taken by Natalie Brickajlik, the Coordinator of our Horticulture Program.
Site - urbanfoodrevolution.com
About Site - Peter Ladner is a public speaker, author of The Urban Food Revolution and Fellow at the SFU Centre for Dialogue. Peter is a frequent speaker on food issues, urban farming and urban agriculture. In the past he has given hundreds of talks to business, community, academic and professional organizations and in the media. He has a lifelong interest in urban farming in his own gardens.
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