The Next Small Thing

Wanda Strukus is a writer/director/filmmaker who likes small things with large ramifications.

The Community Garden Project is a documentary film about urban gardens. And community. It is about our desire for a little plot of land, and our need to grow something of our own. It is about sustainability, how we eat, and how we care for one another. Or not.
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Cure for a cold, gloomy, and wet fall day: Gotham Greens!  Check out their high-tech rooftop hydroponic farm located above a Brooklyn bowling alley.  Locally grown, pesticide free herbs and vegetables produced using clean energy sources, and I can’t believe how much I want some of that lettuce right now!

(all photos: Gotham Greens)

Posted at 5:03pm and tagged with: urban farm, urban farming, gotham greens, hyrdoponic, hydroponics, hydroponic farm, garden, gardening, urban gardening, agriculture, sustainable, lettuce, rooftop, rooftop garden, greenhouse,.

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    I have always thought hydroponics are so beautiful, in an entirely different way then planting in dirt (though equally...
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