Throughout the book, readers will also find Opportunities for Change - steps people can take to achieve a more sustainable urban kitchen, whether it's as simple as changing the types of vendors you buy from or turning your front yard into an edible farm! --Apartment Therapy
The Urban Farm Handbook is a vast, thorough, interesting tool for those into food production and homesteading. And even if you're not going to become a hardcore urban farmer, it's useful to understand how the urban and farm worlds can collide in a time in which we need to redesign the way we produce and consume food. --Treehugger
go-to guide will have even city slickers eating fresh from the backyard --Seattle Magazine
About the Author
Author Annette Cottrell lives in Carnation, WA. Follow her at SustainableEats.com. Co-author Joshua McNichols is a Seattle-based journalist with a long-term interest in sustainability and food security. His favorite stories feature people connecting through community and food, and his work has been featured everywhere from KUOW to Weekend America and The Splendid Table. Photojournalist Harley Soltes lives on an organic farmer in Bow, Washington. His work has been published in the New York Times, Sports Illustrated, Time, Life, National Geographic, and the Seattle Times.