Greg Peterson at The Urban Farm

| November 18, 2016 | Reply

Greg Peterson at The Urban Farm has been growing food in his yard in Phoenix for 41 years, and has become a local legend and internationally recognized. Check out my interview with Greg and visit to his farm in November. Greg has influenced hundreds, if not thousands, of people to grow their own food in “the valley,” and has far-reaching goals yet to accomplish. Please watch and share my latest vlog, second in a series of my return trip to garden-hop in Phoenix.

Greg Peterson at The Urban Farm

Greg grows a full veggie garden at his Environmental Showcase Home

Greg runs a fruit tree program in Phoenix where you can buy trees and learn how to grow fruit in the harsh desert climate in Arizona. Stay tuned for more Phoenix garden vlogs! Turns out November is a great time to visit Phoenix! (Unlike June, when it was 115°! See my June Phoenix vlogs. Click here.

Greg Peterson at The Urban Farm

Greg has 80 fruit trees at The Urban Farm

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