Converting Lawns into Farms/Gardens Makes the Cover the of the Wall Street Journal

April 24, 2008 at 12:50 pm 4 comments

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Woo hoo! Even the Wall Street Journal is picking up on growing food at home.

Yes ladies and gentlemen, you can say you are trend setters. When getting your food from right around your house becomes the coolest thing you can do in the neighborhood, you can rest assured we are on the right track to dealing with Peak Oil.

Wait until Bright Neighbor is launched, when you see how we make it easy to do business as a lawn farmer!


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  • 1. Tracy  |  April 25, 2008 at 3:06 pm

    This is great! I just made a offer on a home with lots of existing food scape and more space available. My dream yard with only accent patches of grass to get between gardens! Wish me luck.

  • 2. D.E. Carols  |  April 28, 2008 at 5:15 pm

    I have been gardening for the past 3 years in anticipation of rising fuel prices hence rising food prices due to Peak Oil. It started out with a few raised beds in a field of back yard lawn and now, for my birthday, I had my husband and friends tear out the lawn and
    i have a 600 square foot vegetable garden and instead of water hogging roses and hydrangeas, I have artichokes, berry bushes, raspberry canes olive tree and fig tree, not to mention the potato,
    tomato, carrot, lettuce, basil, squash, zucchini, peppers, peas
    beans eggplants etc. that grow. Bah humbug to lawns. Lets tear them all out.

  • 3. Diane  |  April 29, 2008 at 5:12 pm

    Not only do I admire everyone’s quest to grow their own veggies (me included), I commend Randy on his English/spelling/grammar skills!

  • 4. todd  |  June 15, 2008 at 6:45 pm

    this is great . Wake up and grow food
    V is for Victory garden


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