New York's 'barge-to-table' floating farm gives city residents without access to farmland the opportunity to pick their own food.
Swale, a public floating food forest built atop a 5,000 square foot barge, has become a powerful tool used to advocate for food to be grown on some of the 30,000 acres of public land in New York City.
Study: Market-Rate Development Filters Into Naturally Occurring Affordable Housing
New research sheds new light on one of the most hotly debated questions in planning and development.
The End of Single-Family Zoning in California
Despite a few high-profile failures, the California State Legislature has approved a steady drumbeat of pro-development reforms that loosen zoning restrictions. The state raised the stakes on its zoning reforms this week.
Austin 'Right to Return' Policy Implemented for the First Time
A North Austin development will be the first approved under the city's new Right to Stay and Right to Return policies, aimed at preventing displacement in gentrifying neighborhoods.
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