I’ve had questions from subscribers living up in Canada asking me how can they grow their own groceries living with low sunlight and small indoor spaces. What options are there for small-scale urban farming? Well here is one part of that solution. Sherri Willis of www.half-pinthomestead.com has developed a system for growing microgreens to feed both yourself and small livestock. You can do this in an apartment, or as Sherri does, in a tiny house on a very shaded lot.
I’ve just purchased and set up one of Sherri’s 6-tray fodder systems which I’ll use to feed my rabbits and chickens. I plan on also growing and juicing some wheatgrass for me too! And I’ll get some sprouts for salads out of the bundle. Stay tuned for more updates on the progress of the project.
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