[permaculture] Urban Farming in Wheat Ridge Colorado

Bob Waldrop bob at bobwaldrop.net
Sat Apr 26 12:58:19 EDT 2014

Anyone thinking about doing urban market gardening should check out the 
"Small plot intensive" folks in Saskatoon Canada, who market garden 
about a half acre of land, and it's not a contiguous half acre, but 
scattered around town in people's back yards. They gross about 
$50,000/year, with two people working full time.  The publish a dozen or 
so "guides" which describe in considerable detail their methods.


Bob Waldrop, Okie City

http://www.ipermie.net How to permaculture your urban lifestyle and adapt to the realities of peak oil, economic irrationality, political criminality, and peak oil.

On 4/21/2014 2:55 PM, starwulf wrote:
> Hi,
> My name is Richard and I live in Wheat Ridge, CO and I am getting real tired of food prices rising faster than inflation or commodity prices. So, I am on a quest to start an Urban Farming project under a Cooperative business model to do two things: 1) get people of like mind to join me in growning more of our own food and sharing excess; 2) as we grow selling excess production to: A) fund the movement; B) fund outreach and education to school age children and intereted adults; C) be financially viable to stay in business and generate an income ( PT/ for FT) for the cooperative members.
> A big idea that I’ve already started in my own yard.  Anyone who live or knows someone who live near me that would be interested in joining me, please have them email me.
> Richard Boettner
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