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Ordinary folks participate in a mass collaboration toward green innovation (R&D-I-Y) and turn their apartment windows into vertical veggie farms.
Ordinary folks participate in a mass collaboration toward green innovation (R&D-I-Y) and turn their apartment windows into vertical veggie farms.
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    1. Nick Alan on December 20, 2010

      This is a great and very innovative project! Congats on making your goal. But now, what will you do with your project now that the S.510 bill has been passed? It's such a ridiculous bill, and it will change everything in this country that pertains to farming, and makes private gardening illegal.

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    3. Noan Fesnoux on March 11, 2010

      What a great idea. I love how some simple (yet incredibly innovative) changes in our lifestyle can already produce that which we are needing... more self sustainability. I wonder how hanging tomatoes would handle such a system... nice to have an endless supply of cherry tomatoes!

    4. Daniel Klein on March 4, 2010

      Awesome that you got funded, i would like a window farm in Minnesota, although the windows are very cold right now

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      Harikrishnan Ponnurangam on January 4, 2010

      Happy to be the earliest backer for this project!!

    6. jury hahn on January 4, 2010

      fly britta fly!!

    7. Lumi on January 1, 2010

      Congrats on getting funded! Best of luck for Windowfarms in 2010!

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      David Irons on December 29, 2009

      Edie - Thanks for the reminder.
      Maya - Let's get together in January after this is funded!

    9. Scott Ballum on December 29, 2009

      Hi Britta and Maya, can't wait until you're funded and ready to go, and I can get you guys on the site!

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      mari tuttle on December 28, 2009

      This reminds me of Dickson Despommier's talk I saw at TED (http://www.verticalfarm.com/). I hope you get your funding to continue. I'd love to see this project grow into something much larger; something that involves neighborhoods and education.

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    12. Chris Lindstrom on December 20, 2009

      Good luck on your project. We need more creative solutions to the food issue.