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TEDx: How to Cultivate a Logo

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Uploaded on Jan 24, 2012

http://www.tedxmanhattan.org/2012talks Since TEDxManhattan is about Changing the Way We Eat, we turned to urban microfarmer Frieda Lim to grow our edible logo. Frieda used sub-irrigated planter (SIP) technology to grow safe, sustainable edible lettuce. She consulted urban greenscaper Bob Hyland to learn more about SIPs and their use in growing food. Together they are spreading the word and changing the way we grow our food in urban environments.

This film was shown at TEDxManhattan 2012 as a backstory to the live lettuce logo that shared the stage with host Laurie David and our special speakers.

For more info:
Frieda Lim: slipperyslopefarm.us
Bob Hyland: insideurbangreen.org
Dan Kittridge: realfoodcampaign.com

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