A Family Growing 6,000 lbs of Produce Annually at Home

A California family grows up to 6,000 lbs of produce each year in just their back yard—a space that’s one-tenth of an acre. The Dervaes family, who call their mini-farm the “Urban Homestead,” started it 30 years ago as a means to reconnect with their food sources and to be more environmentally responsible. Their harvests save them up to $75,000 per year on food costs …

Cool Hunting Video: NW Cannabis Market

Farm-to-table takes a different meaning in our look at this Seattle farmers market

During our recent visit to Seattle, WA we stopped by an unusual farmers market, where instead of tomatoes and tangerines, customers can purchase medical cannabis. The NW Cannabis Market, open seven days a week at two locations, hosts a variety of vendors who sell their products wholesale to anyone with a recommendation for medical marijuana in Washington state. The market fosters a conversation between farmers …