subreddits related to r/urbanfarming
Permaculture (Permanent-Culture): A practical design philosophy intended to help us live and prosper in an environment, while working with nature in a positive way, using solutions based on careful observation of natural ecosystems and common sense. This can include food and energy production, shelter, resource management, nature conservation and community living. You can find our wiki here https://www.reddit.com/r/Permaculture/wiki/index
Welcome! Join us for friendly discussions, questions, stories, tips, and inspiration on a wide variety of homestead topics. From gardens, herbs, orchards, to chickens, goats, llamas, alpacas, sheep, cows, bees, aquaponics, to cooking, fermenting, brewing, canning, to hunting, foraging, fishing, to home construction, cob, straw bale, insulated concrete, solar, arduino - and more. We're here to learn, and to share what we've learned!
Ponds, barns, livestock, gardens, food preservation, fishing, hunting, tractors, pigs, chickens, cattle, worms, 4H, permaculture, organic, grazing, canning, aquaculture, trees, woodland, farmers, agriculture, agronomy, horticulture, wwoofers, bees, honey, wildcrafting, dairy, goats, nuts, berries, vegetables, sustainability, off grid, wood stoves, chainsaws, wood heat, tools, welding, green woodworking, farmers markets, composting toilets, straw bale homes, cob building...
A home for hydroponic gardeners, from hobbyist to commercial growers. Post grow journals, questions, and discussions! *Important: While we aren't against growing marijuana, this subreddit is for those who want to grow plants that are universally legal. Please refrain from posting marijuana grows. If you are interested in that, please check out r/microgrowery. *
When people think of homesteading they automatically think of a large piece of land in the country. Well more and more of us cannot afford that, or want the best of both worlds, urban and rural, and so what can we do? We should homestead on whatever we got!
Hydroponics is a method of growing plants using mineral nutrient solutions, in water, without soil. Terrestrial plants may be grown with their roots in the mineral nutrient solution only or in an inert medium, such as perlite, gravel, mineral wool, or coconut husk.
The place for worm discussion of all sorts. Whether you're raising worms for composting, bait, or God knows why else, this is the place for discussion. Common topics covered are setting up new worm bins, getting high-quality vermicompost, making vermicompost tea, or common problems encountered when raising worms.
A community for topics centered on Organic agriculture to keep GMO, pesticides, and other synthetic (artificial) additives out of our foods, and drinks; this perspective is particularly focused on Organic as both regulated industry and the issues and interests that make it essential for a sustainable food-chain and environment.