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Posted by / Sunday, March 14, 2010

WindowFarms Project

You can find just about anything on the internet. A lot of what you find you learn from other people. That said Farm to Family is responsible for this gem and the original source of information on this post. So yes I am a re-poster!



Although a garden is going in the backyard this year I am going to follow this project as it just might come in handy in the future. I would like to know if anyone attempts this. Keep me and Window Farms updated!

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4 comments:

  1. I'm lucky enough to live in an area where we can also have our own garden. But this is a super cool concept and I hope more people try it!

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  2. Agreed! Also check out the Farm to Family bus link. It lands close to the house here in Richmond on Friday and the yogurt he brings is beyond yummy!

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  3. Rona Myers SullivanMarch 16, 2010 at 10:43 PM

    It is a great idea, but I hope someone will work on doing it with less plastic..... maybe glass and stainless. We already do not know the breadth of how our food and drink in plastic affects us detrimentally.

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  4. Could not agree more. Your eco-friendly packaging (corn husks)from last weekend is now compost in our garden. Kind of a double edged sword but happy to see recycling and growing locally in large cities. Sort of an education on both fronts that will better with time.

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