This incredible tiny farm produces over 6,000 pounds of food per year on only 1/10 acre. What is even more surprising is it is located 15 minutes from downtown Los Angeles. The Dervaes family cultivates over 400 species of plants, 900 chicken and 1,000 duck eggs, 4,300 pounds of vegetables, 25 lbs of honey and seasonal fruit depending on the time of year.
On the only 1/10th of an acre, get over 90% of their daily food, plus earn over 20,000 dollars per year (after eating what they have produced). They use no expensive and highly damaging synthetic chemicals and actually improve the fertility and overall condition of the land they are growing their crops on. If you scaled their 1/10th of an acre up to an acre it would come to over 200,000 dollars per year!
Near urban and urban farming is rapidly becoming popular and can be extremely productive. It doesn’t matter how much land you have, it can be done. It is about time we solve the world hunger crisis and this is one way to do it. Watch the video below and learn how it’s done!