Two articles caught the attention of my Porcher sensibilities today. The first was a piece in the New York Times on urban gardening:
Kerry Trueman and Matt Rosenberg began by growing tomatoes on the roof of their third-floor walk-up in the West Village more than 20 years ago.
The article goes on to describe the pair’s efforts in urban gardening. My favorite quote comes from the end of the story:
“We can never grow all our own food in the city, but even getting people connected to one window box connects them to the natural world.”
Find the whole piece here.
The second article was actually a podcast from The Week critiquing a wrong understanding of liberty. I thought the nine-minute segment was interesting–you can find it here.