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An ancient desert-dwelling culture embraces hydroponics

With droughts on the rise, India's pastoralists are turning to modern techniques to conserve water -- and a way of life.
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The trendy, spendy future of tech-enabled indoor farming

Apps and sensor-laden gadgets are helping farmers shift from the fields to indoor food-growing operations. But these innovations still don’t make it easy.
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It's harvest time! Yukon's 1st off-grid, no-dirt, hydroponics farming unit produces crops

The Kluane Lake Research Station located between Haines Junction and Destruction Bay is known for it's studies on climate change and the impacts it has on wildlife and the ecosystem. Now, they're taking a look at food sustainability in the North.

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Is indoor farming about to have its moment?

Bowery just raised $300 million from investors, just the latest in a string of further investments into the sector. Is it ready to break out in a big way?
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Mexican tomatoes can be more sustainable than local ones

A tomato grown in a Mexican field and trucked north is about six times more climate-friendly than one raised in a Canadian gas-heated greenhouse.

Study finds huge potential for urban gardens to feed city dwellers
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Study finds huge potential for urban gardens to feed city dwellers

Researchers with the Institute for Sustainable Food used their hometown as a case study to examine the potential for expanding food production in cities.

The Philadelphia Zoo is running a farm inside a converted shipping container
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The Philadelphia Zoo is running a farm inside a converted shipping container

The vertical farm grows leafy greens that zoo workers feed to the animals.
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