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Growing Food in Unlikely Places | Ignite Phoenix #13

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Published on Oct 29, 2012

Presenter: Dennis McClung

Biography: In 2007 Dennis McClung made a 5 year plan to change his life and live as self-sufficiently as possible. Two years later he purchased his first home with his wife, a foreclosed home in Mesa with a big rundown empty pool. Dennis designed and built a food producing ecosystem in the pool and founded a nonprofit organization called Garden Pool.

Description: I have developed sustainable ways of producing food in normally nonproductive places like empty pools, roof tops, and bookshelves. I believe that this system can be used anywhere to grow local sustainable food. I learned that sharing my food production methods created community and also made people think twice about growing food in unlikely places.

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