Sep 20, 2011

Listen Up

"Life isn't about [making money].  It shouldn't be about that."
In case you missed it last Friday, Justin was featured during a segment on KWMU's "Cityscape" program.  Collaborating with Sauce Magazine, Cityscape aired a story on urban farming in St. Louis. Producers caught up with Justin to get his take on what caused him to become passionate about urban farming as a way of life.  

If you missed the segment, listen to it here:  Justin's part begins around the 03:37 minute mark.

1 comment:

  1. Just read the article in Urban Farm. Having minks, weasels, foxes, hawks, raccoons, dogs, etc., trying to eat our chickens I can only say, hardware cloth is our friend. We used 1/4" hardware cloth to enclose the coop and it has saved our chickens from many predators. In addition, we did not dig a trench but just aproned the hardware cloth around the run. I have pictures on my blog if you're interested. It's expensive, but cheaper than buying more rare birds!
    Also, you may need to lock your coop at night if you don't have an enclosed, attached run.
    I apologize if you have heard this advice already.