Grove Launches the Ecosystem to Change the Way We Grow Food

Source: businesswire.com Published: November 3, 2015 The Grove Ecosystem, now available for purchase on Kickstarter, is an intelligent, indoor garden that is set to change the way Americans think about and grow their own food. (Photo: Business Wire) SOMERVILLE,...

Should SF Help Feed the Hungry?

Source: sfexaminer.com Published: February 17, 2016 Sister Mary Valerie, center, hands out bags of popcorn at the Fraternite Notre Dame Mary of Nazareth Soup Kitchen in San Francisco on Feb. 9. (Jeff Chiu/AP) Robyn Purchia Last week, two nuns who feed San Francisco’s...

San Francisco Fog Made into Misty Martinis

Source: popsci.com Published: May 20, 2016 Chris Fogliatti and his fog catcher courtesy Hangar One A new vodka comes from thin air Today Hangar One announced a limited-edition vodka made with water harvested from Bay Area fog, most of it collected at the base of the...

A Floating Food Forest Prepares to Sets Sail in New York City

Source: civileats.com Published: April 28, 2016 Art meets public food access with Swale. By Jodi Helmer Half public art project, half tourist destination, a floating food forest called Swale is set to launch along the New York City waterfront in June. Unlike the...

This Off-Grid Coffee Trailer Might Be Coming to An Event Near You

Source: inhabitat.com Published: April 21, 2016 by kincoffee Meet Mike and Tabi. For years they’ve had a dream of owning a local coffee shop. Mike began working as a barista and Tabi as a stylist in the film world. After drinking too many mediocre (at best) cups of...