How To Make $100,000 Farming 1/2 An Acre You Don’t Own…

How To Make $100,000 Farming 1/2 An Acre You Don’t Own...

Curtis Stone is a Urban Farmer who makes $100,000 a year. Curtis farms in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada on a total of 1/3 acres, most of which he does not own. In this video, you will learn about the concepts of decentralized farming on small urban farming plots.

You will discover how you can grow a high volume of plants in a small amount of space that will net you the most income, but more importantly build a better community, and help educate others about real, local food.

You’ll learn about some of the best crops to grow that will enable you to maximize your income and how you can start making money farming in just 30 days. You will also discover many hints and tips how Curtis has successfully built a farming business by not owning any land in the beginning and starting with a low investment of just $7,000.



Check it out below and if you’re interested, you can also find Curtis Stone’s how to book called The Urban Farmer Here….

And if you’re interested in getting into urban farming yourself (or just growing a more productive self sufficient garden for your family) you should also check out his new book…

The Urban Farmer is a comprehensive, hands-on, practical manual to help you learn the techniques and business strategies you need to make a good living growing high-yield, high-value crops right in your own backyard (or someone else’s). Major benefits include:

  • Low capital investment and overhead costs
  • Reduced need for expensive infrastructure
  • Easy access to markets.

Growing food in the city means that fresh crops may travel only a few blocks from field to table, making this innovative approach the next logical step in the local food movement. Based on a scalable, easily reproduced business model, The Urban Farmer is your complete guide to minimizing risk and maximizing profit by using intensive production in small leased or borrowed spaces. Find out more here.

The Urban Farmer...

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Joshua Paul Devent

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Henk, volgens mij heb jij iets meer grond in eigendom, wat doe je fout? 🙂

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I don’t know why, but i cannot stsnd that guy. Maybe because it seems to always be about his ego or making money.

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Is that after your Water bill? Or before costs?

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    Water rarely is metered in Canada… It is really inexpensive when a community does.

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Is it … drugs?

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Click bait for hipsters.

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Hey Dalles it send to be a thing

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Hmm… Should the goal of growing food be monetary capital that is still intrinsically individualistic? Instead of profiting $100,000 why not live off $50,000 and give back to the urban areas where this food is grown. Why not donate most of what’s grown to food banks? Or offer it for low costs for people living in urban poverty.

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    Do you give half of your income back?

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    She most likely does not have. Profit of 100,00 I am sure..

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    I live under the fucking poverty level… so no, I currently do not. Have you ever had to rely on a food bank or skip a meal because you can’t afford to eat?

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Got it….the book!

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Rachael Webster

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Avg farmer makes $100k or $69k US dollar in Canada. Minus costs his probably only taking in about $80k or around $63k. Minus taxes $65k or $51k. Not overly impressive.

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