Rod Olson talking about things he learned when he started SPIN farming

LanduseKN

SPIN seems to be a strong model for local production, one of several that could work in lockstep to give cities more food security. Like community gardens and aquaponics, it has the advantage of producing profitability and giving people an opportunity to create an income while solving some of our cities, nations and the worlds problems.

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