Pop-Up Urban Gardening Shop Relieves An Already Strained Local Food System

Pop-Up Urban Gardening Shop Relieves An Already Strained Local Food System
Innovation

PSFK interviewed the founder of Hayseeds, a pop-up shop located in Brooklyn catering to DIY urban farming and beekeeping.

Timothy Ryan, PSFK Labs
  • 5 may 2012

PSFK reached out to Megan Paska of Hayseeds Big City Farm Supply, a pop-up shop for urban farming and beekeeping located in Brooklyn, New York. Through curated supplies, workshops, and reaffirming a do-it-yourself approach, the store bridges independent urban gardeners with the know-how they need to be successful in tending to their urban gardens. We caught up with Megan about how amongst other things, Hayseed’s hopes to take pressure off of an already strained food system.

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