Justin Rhodes profiles an urban market gardener who leases other people's residential yards for planting produce, which he harvests and sells up and down the east coast of the United States. He makes over $5,000 a month.
Rhodes writes of Jim Kovaleski, "This nomadic gardener travels between Maine to Florida gardening leased front yards. With a frugal lifestyle and revenues as high as $1.5K a week, he’s living the dream." It's part of Rhodes' terrific channel, The Great American Farm Tour.
Here's another interview with Jim:
• $5.6K a Month Gardening (Other People’s Yards) (YouTube / Justin Rhodes)
Slovenian designer and web developer Sašo Krajnc, aka Cvern, says he has always been amazed by string art. He creates large pieces in round frames that depict eyes, faces, animals, and patterns.
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