Farms

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, Science

    Published 12/01/13 in People
    Atlanta Urban Farming, Science

    PodPonics is the science of hydroponics, farming that can be traced back to the 1600s.    See the Image

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, Matt Liotta

    PodPonics founder Matt Liotta came up with the idea for his company while jobless and shopping for produce.    See the Image

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, No Soil

    PodPonics uses no soil, very little water and can produce a guaranteed yield.    See the Image

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, Electricity

    PodPonics does require a lot of electricity but uses no soil and very little water.    See the Image

  • Athens Land Trust, UGA Volunteers

    In September 2013, graduate students for Public Administration at UGA volunteered at the Williams Family Farm on Ruth Street in Athens clearing fences and removing other debris.    See the Image

  • Athens Land Trust, Williams Farm Groundbreaking

    The Athens Land Trust celebrated a groundbreaking ceremony at the century-old Williams Family Farm on Aug. 22, 2013. ALT continues the farm traditions by employing neighborhood residents, providing…   See the Image

  • Athens Land Trust, Harvest Moon Dinner

    The 5th annual dinner took place at Woodland Gardens organic farm in Winterville with benefits going toward the renovation of ALT's headquarters.    See the Image

  • Deck: Historic Rocky Farm in Newport, R.I.

    When we think Newport, we think grand oceanfront mansions built in the Gilded Age of the late 19th century. Here’s something a bit different from what we’re accustomed to: Dating back to 1695,…   Read the Blog

  • Home Exterior: Historic Rocky Farm in Newport, R.I.

    Once owned by Newport founder and Rhode Island Governor William Brenton, this 1695 center-chimney Colonial is one of the city's earliest homes.   See the Gallery

  • Living Room: Historic Rocky Farm in Newport, R.I.

    Period details can still be found throughout the 2,093-square-foot residence, such as the brick fireplace in the living room. Once owned by Newport founder and Rhode Island Governor William Brenton,…   See the Image