Matthias Kriedel

Matthias Kriedel

Matthias Kriedel
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Passively heat your home in the winter, and have fresh veggies year round.

Passively heat your home in the winter, and have fresh veggies year round.

DIY Spirulina Superfood Micro-Farm Can Prevent Starvation and Help you Survive Tough Times -- Grow it Yourself - The JB Bardot Archives

DIY Spirulina Superfood Micro-Farm Can Prevent Starvation and Help you Survive Tough Times -- Grow it Yourself - The JB Bardot Archives

The Homestead Survival | How to Customize Your Root Cellar Storage DIY Project | Homesteading

The Homestead Survival | How to Customize Your Root Cellar Storage DIY Project | Homesteading

Organic rooftop farm grows atop an elementary school in China | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Organic rooftop farm grows atop an elementary school in China | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

greencityacres5- Curtis Stone, founder of Green City Acres, grosses over $80K working 3 seasons out of the year, while taking winters off. (Spin Farming)

greencityacres5- Curtis Stone, founder of Green City Acres, grosses over $80K working 3 seasons out of the year, while taking winters off. (Spin Farming)

Seed starting is a family affair and a great spring time activity in anticipation of gardening season. Learn how to create your own DIY newspaper seed pots for garden seeds. Re-purpose, re-use, and recycle with newspaper seedling pots. | #EveryDayCare

Seed starting is a family affair and a great spring time activity in anticipation of gardening season. Learn how to create your own DIY newspaper seed pots for garden seeds. Re-purpose, re-use, and recycle with newspaper seedling pots. | #EveryDayCare

He generates around $50,000 a year on about one-quarter of an acre of land, and he will show Gainesville residents how to make money by starting their own suburban micro farms. “You can start farming anywhere and produce a considerable amount of product with really simple techniques,” Stone said.

He generates around $50,000 a year on about one-quarter of an acre of land, and he will show Gainesville residents how to make money by starting their own suburban micro farms. “You can start farming anywhere and produce a considerable amount of product with really simple techniques,” Stone said.