How To: Localizing Food Production

October 21, 2016 | ProgressTH We've covered Curtis Stone, a Canadian urban farmer, before. In addition to running a successful urban farm of his own, he also provides advice to people seeking to start their own farms and encourages the creation of localized agricultural networks to support local food production. He also conducts workshops and puts a vast amount of information online to help others learn the technical, business, and ethical aspects of running a small farm.

His talk at Permaculture Voices provides a good introduction and summation of his work to date and provides inspiration and a starting point for others thinking about getting started with their own modern, organic urban farm.

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