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Find out at my new talk on the economic sustainability of local at the Stone Soup Festival 3 pm May 11 at Britannia Community Centre on Commercial Drive. I’ll be looking at rooftop growing, new market niches for entrepreneurs, vertical … Continue reading
Rooftop growing is exploding everywhere. Some cities now allow owners to exceed height restrictions if they’re growing food on their roofs. Many of these are hydroponic, as in Vancouver’s Alterrus rooftop greenhouse on the unused top floor of a downtown … Continue reading
“Vegetative tower” with shared kitchen, vertical farm has been proposed in a 100-storey NYC tower plan. Believe it when it’s built. There are so many fanciful ag tower projects out there, but almost none getting built or actually performing as … Continue reading
This New York City Agrictecture housing project is the first example of commercial hydroponic agriculture integrated into a new affordable housing complex.