In the small town of Oxford, Kane and Fiona Hogan have transformed their urban 1/2-acre property into abundant organic veggie gardens.
They use the income from cash crops to fund an outreach effort to local residents, providing landscape design and gardening services to residents who might not otherwise have the opportunity to grow their own food.
Their business Urban Gardener aims to build resilience and food security in their local community.
The Hogan’s say they’d define success by putting themselves out of business in a world where food growing is a natural, everyday part of the culture. It’s very cool stuff.