In Brief

Toolkit that allows plants and herbs to be grown in cities using just 20% of the space normally required.

Urban farming can seem daunting for most people – especially as most think they don’t have enough money or space to even begin. One company has set out to change that belief – showing just how accessible, enjoyable, and affordable urban farming really is.

Started by earth starter co-founders Phil Weiner and John Gorby, the pair saw empty public spaces as community opportunity zones for mass social and ecological change.

Designed using the square foot method, it’s a great introductory method for both new and experienced gardeners – producing the same results using only 20% of the normal space and resources required.

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