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What do you get when you combined a bagel factory & dirt?

If you spend any time in NYC, LA or other large cities you notcie what James Kunstler calls “nature bandaids”  click here for my post and his video img_2852_2 But what about when you combined a bagel factory & dirt?  In NYC an old bagel factory had its roof top converted from 6000 square feet of sheet metal to a viable farm!

Ben Flanner launched this project after feeling that he had his fill of working for E-Trade and when he saw how many folks around were turning to growing their own food, he jumped at the chance.  He partnered with several folk from botanists, gardeners, farmers and a green roof architect firm to make his dream a reality.

The farm is already being harvested and being sold to local restaurants as the closest to source vegetables available. Ultimately he hopes to set up a stand where he can sell to people of the community to keep it all as local as possible.

See more about it over at Good

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