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Current Obsessions: Brooklyn Chicken Coops

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Current Obsessions: Brooklyn Chicken Coops

June 2, 2012
Photograph by Arthur Parkinson. For more see Garden Visit: A Factory Yard at Emma Bridgewater in Stoke-on-Trent.
Above: Photograph by Arthur Parkinson. For more see Garden Visit: A Factory Yard at Emma Bridgewater in Stoke-on-Trent.
  • It’s official (well, practically): Soon there will be more chickens than humans in Brooklyn. A coop on every stoop, via Brownstoner.
  • TV crews from Sweden and Japan can barely believe it either, via Brooklyn Feed.
  • An indoor vertical garden that won’t leak on the living room rug, via My Urbio.
  • Summer in the city, via 66 Square Feet.
  • Man backs into hearse and lives to tell about it, via Blackpitts Garden.
  • A truck named Petunia, via The Garden Plot.
  • What’s blooming, right this second, via You Grow Girl.
  • Tiny, tiny farm feeds hungry, hungry family, via Lloyd’s Blog.
  • “Name the nameless world I love,” via Slow Life Love.

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