In this episode of the Activation podcast, Derek Bruce talks with farmer and activist Curtis Stone. Curtis is a farmer, author, speaker and consultant. His area of expertise is in fast-growing, high-value annual vegetables for direct consumer market flows. Writing, urban farmer, demonstrates intensive organic techniques with a focus on business and systems to simplify labor and production. It presents a new way of thinking about agriculture – a way in which quality of life and profitability coexist.
curtis farm, Green City Acres It is located in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada and was established in 2010. In an eight-month growing season, the farm generates more than $75,000 annually on just a third of an acre. This is done by specializing in a selection of high-value, fast-growing crops that allow for multiple plantings in the same family as well as calculated intercropping strategies. The farm has been recognized internationally as a prime example of how profitable and productive urban farming can be.
Check out Curtis’ presentation on The Greater Reset: Activate to Expand: Food security through agricultural cooperatives
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