Nice! Do you consider it a hobby farm or a "real farm"? I want to do that! I have seen those catepillar-type greenhouses used for "urban farming" but I would think they make sense for any kind of farming.
Thanks for the question jqp. It certainly is a "real farm" that also acts as a demonstration and instruction model for sustainable living and organic agriculture. The farm concentrates it's efforts on recycling, repurposing and renewable energy. We've even have an herbal garden that is a source for a commercial herbal supplements business. We have a full-time, paid crew, 50 volunteers, college students and classes as well as interns and many tours and some workshops throughout the year. If you'd like more info, shoot me a PM.
Everyone of the young men featured in the photo were originally "city" boys. Who'd a thunk!?