growing food in unlikely places

Sales of organic seeds jumped about 50% this year from the last. Books and films about sustainable food are oozing into the mass market. Whether people are starting to care more about where their food comes from or are just looking to save a few bucks, homegrown food is sprouting up everywhere. Even in some unusual places…

A shelf in our office

The flatbed of a pickup truck in Red Hook, Brooklyn

A 6,000 sq ft rooftop in Greenpoint [Rooftop Farms]

A barge (and another barge) in NYC [Waterpod and Science Barge]

[image: NY Times]

Governor’s Island [Added Value]

[image: Treehugger]

Where does your garden grow?

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2 Responses to “growing food in unlikely places”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    In our office!

  2. Liz Says:

    You know it, Mr. Anonymous!

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