Elizabeth Millard, co-founder of Minnesota C.S.A. Bossy Acres, is in The New York Times this week for her inspiring work in urban farming. After accidentally growing micro-greens on the floor mat of her car, she experimented with new techniques for indoor farming year-round. Her new book “Indoor Kitchen Gardening: Turn Your Home Into a Year-Round Vegetable Garden” is out now from Cool Springs Press. Even if you don’t have a green thumb, you can grow fresh herbs no matter the temperature outside. Here’s to happy accidents!
Farming In The Kitchen