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What is the connection between urban agriculture and cycling? For example, Alleycat Acres funds most of its annual operations with a bike ride, and they even have a garden at their MLK/Columbia farm that is designed in the likeness of … Continue reading
They call it a “sprocket garden.” Inspired by the wonderful relationship between bicycles and urban agriculture, farming collective Alleycat Acres has designed their newest farm (on MLK just north of Cherry) after a bike wheel. A central hub plot forms the … Continue reading
Do you have an extra working bike? Would you like to see it put to use the next generation of farming minds get between their university farms? Well, the UW farm is looking to bikes as a way to turn … Continue reading
Everybody’s favorite bike-loving urban farming collective is launching a cycling team, and they’re looking for members. Alleycat Acres has announced Team Alleycat, a cycling team complete with training rides, a sure-to-be-rad jersey and endless high fives. The team will complete … Continue reading
I wrote about wepatch.org for Capitol Hill Seattle, but I was tickled to discover that the inspiration for the site came while founder Peter Rothbart was riding his bike on Capitol Hill. This is more evidence that the urban agriculture … Continue reading