Tag Archive for ‘living off the grid’

Living off the grid, urban-homesteading style (Daily News)

On newsstand today – TWO articles in the Daily News featuring the urban homestead. Photos courtesy the Daily News John McCoy/Staff Photographer Farm living in the city with the Dervaes By Natalie Haughton, Food Editor It’s trendy to go green, grow some vegetables in your back yard, have a few solar panels on the roof [...]

HOMEGROWN & CLEVELAND INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

In other screening news, the the independently made 52 minute documentary HOMEGROWN produced by Robert McFalls (not to be confused with our homemade 15 minute production) will be screening at Cleveland International Film Festival Screening dates are tentatively set for HOMEGROWN Thursday, March 26th around 2pm and Sunday, March 29th around 4pm Visit Robert McFalls [...]

HOMEGROWN ON IMDb

HomeGrown (2008) HomeGrown is the inspiring true story of a family “living off the grid” in the heart of urban Pasadena, California. They harvest over 6,000 pounds of produce on less than a quarter of an acre, while running a popular website that is known around the world. The film is an intimate human portrait [...]

PTF in NY TIMES GREEN MAGAZINE PREMIERE

Here’s a sneak peek what to look forward to this weekend, straight from our friends at Groovy Green: This Sunday the New York Times Green Magazine will premiere. What can you expect to see in it? URBAN FARMING – On a mere one-fifth of an acre in suburban Pasadena, Calif., Jules Dervaes and his family [...]