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Developer needed for an urban farm brand identity project

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Budget $800 – Logo Design & Branding

Upwork
Aug 8, 2017

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Trillium is an urban farming company looking to revolutionize the food industry. We strive to provide quality, year-round produce to the local community using advanced hydroponic growing techniques. Our food-to-table process involves organic seed and nutrients and eliminates the need for any chemical control substances. This gives the customer a product that is not only both healthy and trustworthy but also tastes extraordinary – or as we like to say, “Tastes how it is supposed to.”

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UK: Urban farming project makes BBC Countryfile debut

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Dr Jens Thomas and Dr Paul Myers with BBC presenter James Wong at the Guild’s rooftop farm.

The programme highlighted how Farm Urban uses aquaponics as an educational tool to teach local people about hi-tech future food systems, inspire them to connect with their environment and empower them to make positive and informed choices.

The University of Liverpool
Aug 2, 2017

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A pioneering social enterprise founded by two University of Liverpool scientists is featured on the latest episode of the BBC’s Countryfile.

Farm Urban develops and tests the most efficient ways to grow food in urban environments, focusing primarily on aquaponics systems, which grow fish and vegetables simultaneously in a closed-loop ecosystem.

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Urban Livestock: A homesteading guide for Chicago parents

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There is NO LIMIT to the number or kind of livestock you can keep. You are welcome to bring goats, chickens, pigs, bees, alpacas, turkeys, tribbles and more, right to your balcony or tiny parcel of lawn.

By Matt Boresi
Chicago Parent
Aug 1, 2017

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Urban Livestock can be raised to yield dairy products, including eggs, which I swear were in the dairy group when we were kids but I’m pretty sure are more like meat. You’ll need to ask a hippie. Fresh eggs and milk are more delicious than the kind you buy at the store, which is irradiated and contains tasting notes of existential dread owing to the terroir of commercial farms.

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PIDO’s Bike Share Farm is a community garden that can be pedalled from place to place

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Beijing architecture firm People’s Industrial Design Office has designed a mobile farm that lets the community share responsibility for crops’ wellbeing.

By Emma Tucker
Dezeen
Aug 7, 2017

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Bike Share Farm – which was created and built by People’s Industrial Design Office (PIDO) during a 72-hour hackathon in Seoul, South Korea – addresses the lack of space many major cities suffer from, particularly when it comes to room for growing produce.

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