Facebook Group for Permaculture in Jacksonville.
The website of a full functioning urban farm that supplies it's family with 6,000 pounds of organic produce, annually.
Fleet Farming is an urban agriculture program of the 501(c)(3) nonprofit IDEAS For Us that is transforming underutilized land into productive micro-farms to impact local food systems.
A general resource for urban homesteading.
A guide to planting throughout the year.
The blog of Nathan Ballentine, a Jacksonville-based itinerant urban farmer, entrepreneur, educator, and community organizer.
River City Chicks is a community based group in Jacksonville, Florida created to support urban chicken keeping.
The mission of The Girls Gone Green (a registered 501c3) is to draw attention and proper action to critical issues through outreach and education in an effort to protect our planet's resources, animal welfare and human health. We host several events and campaigns throughout the year including Northeast Florida Veg Fest and No Meat March.
Specializing in honey bee education and backyard beekeeping in Northeast Florida.
From embroidery to crochet and a few things in-between, Urban Pigtails is a one-woman hand-stitching shop with custom piece to brighten your day.
The vision of The Wild Thistle is to wildly create flower arrangements that are unique, meaningful and timeless.
Wings, Worms, and Wonder guides your creative nature connection journey through nature art journaling & organic gardening.
1748 Bakehouse was born from the kitchens of (most recently Flour and Fig) My Grandmother's Pie and Provision Goods created by Allison and Kurt D’Aurizio. Allison has built a loyal following with her innovative baked goods. Everything from seasonal pies, savory galettes, hand pies, carmelita's all deliciousness in between.