$80,000 on Half An Acre Farming Vegetables – Profitable Mini-Farming with Curtis Stone



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Learn how Curtis farms in his online workshop:
http://www.permaculturevoices.com/curtisonline

In this presentation you will learn how small scale farming can be used to create a high-income producing farm or improve your current operation.

See how profitable urban farming works as farmer Curtis Stone shows you how he assembled a multi-locational urban farm that grossed $20,000 in its first year and $55,000 in it’s second.

He’ll describe the design of his farm, equipment used, planting plan and target markets.

Though records are not yet kept on how quickly farms can get in and off the ground, Curtis got his farm up and running and generating income in 6 months, which has to be some sort of record. It certainly gives new meaning to the term “fast food”!

Curtis Stone is the owner/operator of Green City Acres, a commercial urban farm based out of Kelowna, BC.

Farming under an acre of land on a collection of urban plots, Green City Acres grows vegetables for farmers markets, restaurants, and retail outlets.

Curtis’ book – The Urban Farmer – http://amzn.to/2glFxDI

Learn more about Urban Farming on our weekly podcast at http://www.permaculturevoices.com/theurbanfarmer

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33 Responses

  1. anis jabnouni says:

    how long did it take to make 80k

  2. Graphene says:

    Apply this thought process and planning in an commercial aquaponics system and…..WHAM!….you're in the black.

  3. Tsetsi says:

    I am sure he is right about this

  4. Lance Roark says:

    “Government stuff…” that was awesome.

  5. Ignat says:

    Curtis makes his money from books and youtube.

  6. Jeffrey McPike says:

    They never teach you….

    They only set you up to rely on them…so they can use and stay rich…

    Schools should teach kids how to build homes and everything to do with them….fix/maintain them

    Schools should teach kids how to farm…all natural medicines-what they do and how they are helpful…what foods are good and why…how to grow them…no matter the weather conditions…

    Schools should teach kids to fish….not rely on someone else to fish and then someone else to steer the boat…and someone else to build the boat…ect..

  7. Andrew McIntyre says:

    Some of the things this guy talks about could end you in jail if the IRS looked into it. His farming and positive ideas are great but I hope he never gets audited.

  8. Escape From NY says:

    Trade and barter is great, and I like to tell people about it, but if we talk about it too much and love it too much the government will find a way to tax it, even if it's an "even trade".

  9. 我視星球 says:

    Danke Personal, bring so eine gute Show!

  10. Craig Hawkins says:

    Curtis I am a 58 year old Australian retired man. I have Stroke related physical disabilities I was forced into retirement due to a couple of brain bleeds/strokes So with a lot of time on my hands I have found solace in my garden. My wife and I rent from government housing our house is on 1/4 acre. You are an inspiration to me. One question. Like me, do you keep chooks- chickens?

  11. going2sleep says:

    People can work on half an acre, profit $40k and pay off the mortgage faster with labor of 4 hrs a day.

  12. Jim Claire says:

    Curtis, where can we send you a private letter? You concept is great. I live in the Texas Gulf Coast Area, can you address some of the concepts you would use in that area. Blessings, Padre. Ps… I have you great book in paperback.

  13. DIY Solar Homestead says:

    Thanks for being awesome

  14. WJ Miranda says:

    Love this guy. Great & detail infomation. So my question for you is what type of contract did you workout for these plot owners as to terms & agreements? Maybe on you next video you can elaborate some details. Thank you!

  15. Josh Arledge says:

    Turned off when he talked bad about the US – another smug ass wipe "activist" – just talk about food CaNaDA

  16. omg hey there says:

    Farming jobs are set to increase in demand in the future, in this tough economy. I'm considering a major in botany. Google it, kids. Organic farming isn't what it used to be.

  17. Razzes Est says:

    nice to be in canada…lots of land and less populated

  18. Adam D says:

    This is a great hope story and he puts out great information. But thats all it is, great information. He has said countless times, IF YOU CAN SELL IT. It's only worth what someone will pay for it. I would love to see his tax return.

  19. Pippi Elvesse Bernstein says:

    "It's not what you make
    It's what you take"
    True on earth
    True in heaven

  20. 420oak says:

    Thank you so much for this info, really inspirational

  21. whoispriest says:

    Where can i get a copy of that book. I have 18 acres available to me and want to explore my options.

  22. Mohamed Alladin says:

    are we supposed to listen to your whole life history, are you you looking for a simpatic woman

  23. Fetty d says:

    BRUH, Im a musician and I have a garden, and I'm am hoping I will eventually have a farm, Im 12

  24. Philippe Larcher says:

    Any issue with heavy metals while urban farming? Some crops to avoid?

  25. Reptilian Saanat Vord Iguadou says:

    Mmmm no no we cannot have this we have to put a stop to it.

  26. DJ Edwin Lounge says:

    thanks for the great ideas and advises

  27. TheProfessor Fate says:

    38:00 That picture does not depict 2000sq ft.

  28. Stephen b says:

    Whelp I'm in Temecula… so…I'd be competing with this guy. Is there enough demand for more than one operation in the same town?

  29. Stew says:

    Outstanding presentation!

  30. farmingfromscratch says:

    I like what Curtis has to say, but what people need to remember is you won't make jack if you can't sell the stuff! Thanks Diego and Curtis this is great content.

  31. gabriella kadar says:

    $80,000 : is that gross sales or net income after overhead?

  32. FairyBeans says:

    OMG, he was in Temecula?!? Why didn't I hear about this and when will he visit again?

  33. Doran Amatto says:

    sundried tomatoes for sale

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