48 hours of urban agriculture

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The “revolution” of urban agriculture is based on a plethora of initiatives, often spontaneous and decentralized. Each of them suggests a major turning point in our way of eating and in our conception of urban space: tomato plants on balconies or vertical farms, henhouses in backyards or beehives on roofs, community gardens or nourishing forests, the forms and degrees of engagement vary widely.

To promote them, the event “The 48 hours of urban agriculture»Was launched in Paris in 2015 by La Sauge association, whose mission is to encourage regular agricultural activity. From now on, the event is taking place in around twenty cities, mainly French.

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