Learn How This Family Grew 6,000 Pounds Of Food On Only 1/10th Of An Acre!

I imagine if you’re reading this right now, you, at some level, embrace the idea of eating good food. You are what you eat, after all! Home grown food is the apex of healthy food. It doesn’t get any better than that. But not everyone has space, right?

The Dervaes family challenges that assumption.

Living in downtown Los Angeles, the Dervaes have done something that few would consider even trying. They have a sustainable, independent urban farm that produces all the food they need to consume in a year.

They produce 4,300 pounds of vegetables, 900 pounds of chicken, about 1,000 duck eggs a year, and 25 pounds of honey. They also have seasonal fruit trees.

What they don’t eat they sell from their porch farmers market, earning about $20,000 a year. They even have local chefs and restaurants seek them out.

Check out how they do it: