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Daily Living on an Urban Farm

5/19/2011 7:11:42 AM

Tags: urban farming, modern homesteading, Liesl and Myles Petersen

Take a peek at Novella Carpenter's amazing urban farm in Oakland.  She answers honestly about how she grows vegetables, raises livestock off of city waste, and her neighbors reactions-



Milk, meat, eggs, veggies-- so much you can do with so little space!

For more on Novella Carpenter check out Ghost Town Farm.

Liesl and Myles live in Alberta, Canada.  You can also find them on Nest.

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