Community Gardening in Philadelphia: 2008 Harvest Report
By Dominic Vitiello and Michael Nairn, Penn Planning and Urban Studies, UPenn, October 2009

Sustainability in Philadelphia: Community Gardens and Their Role in Stormwater Management
Kevin Levy, URBS 400, December 19, 2008

Urban Agriculture: Enhancing Food Democracy in Philadelphia
A Thesis Submitted to the Faculty of Drexel University by Katharine A. Travaline in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Science, Technology, and Society, September 2008

Final Project: The Dimensions of Urban Agriculture
Werntz, Kathryn M., December 11, 2008

Slidehow associated with Kathryn M Werntz' paper

Cultivating Community and Place in Contested Space: Surveying the Moral Landscape of Urban Gardens
Thesis submitted to the Department of Anthropology Haverford College by Kit Basom, Haverford College, 2006


NPR "Justice Talking" Ingrid Lakey visits the Mill Creek Farm and speaks with co-director Johanna Rosen (February 2007)

Michaela Majune of WXPN interviews Johanna Rosen about the Mill Creek Farm (May 2009)

"School Days.. and Farm Days" Audio story plus photos from WHYY's Fit by Therese Madden (November 2010)


West Philly Grown, a documentary from our 5th growing season by, Clayton Hereth

"Mill Creek Farm on NBC 10 #1"--  NBC 10 profiles three of Philadelphia's urban farming projects including Mill Creek Farm.  (July 2008)

"Glimpses from 2008" -- Scenes from our summer bar-b-q, garlic planting, market stand and more!

"Mill Creek Farm on NBC 10 #2" -- NBC 10 stops by the Mill Creek Farm at the beginning of our 2010 growing season.

"A Postcard from Mill Creek Farm"  -- Part of the Messages in Motion project.

"Kripa and Heather"-- A "field interview" with two of our wonderful interns.  Also shot as part of MiM.

"Queer Farmer Film Project" --  A trailer for a soon-to-be-released documentary about the dynamic relationships between gender, sexuality, and agriculture.  





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Mill Creek Farm is an educational urban farm located in West Philadelphia that is dedicated to improving local access to fresh produce, building a healthy community and environment, and promoting a just and sustainable food system.

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