URBAN HOMESTEAD by Chrystal Baker
Nestled amongst a row of unassuming homes in Pasadena, California, there sits a house with a family’s garden–a garden that produces almost 400 varieties of crops and up to 6,000 pounds of harvested produce. The Dervaes family grows just about everything they eat on a daily basis. Not only is it their means of sustenance, but it is also a business. This business, and their way of life as a whole, have become a blueprint for people across the world who want to go back to the basics of self-sufficiency.