Added by on 2016-10-30

New York’s biggest rooftop farm is a true spectacle. Liza talks with Ben Flanner and Annie Novak about their ambitious endeavor to make their 6,000 sq. foot rooftop space a fully, self-sustaining commercial farm. Learn about urban farming, how it affects the environment and the implications it has for other thriving cities. Sit back and enjoy as food.curated. takes you to New York’s biggest rooftop farm! food.curated. w/ Liza de Guia Food is a shared experience. Liza shares with you where good food comes from, with short documentaries about people with a personal mission to feed your well and help you discover flavors & dishes you are missing out on. SUBSCRIBE: Reserve Channel provides once-in-a-lifetime access to some of the more extraordinary people and places life has to offer. Whether it’s traveling to exotic locales, getting inside the studio with iconic artists, or cooking alongside culinary legends, Reserve Channel has you on the list. This is where the content appetite of the cultural creatives is satisfied. FOLLOW US TWITTER: LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: GOOGLE+: *CHECK OUT OUR OTHER SHOWS* HOOKED UP w/ Tom Colicchio: ACROSS THE BOARD with Joy Bryant: ARTST TLK with Pharrell Williams: BE WELL WEEK with Dr. Lipman: ON THE TABLE with Eric Ripert: CAPTURE with Mark Seliger: EX-PATS: New York’s Biggest Rooftop Farm | food.curated. | Reserve Channel” Related PostsNew York’s Hidden Rooftop Garden | ForbesRooftop farming || EPISODE 68 || HD || Shykh Seraj || Channel i || Roof Gardening || ছাদকৃষি ||Rooftop farming || EPISODE 66 || Shykh Seraj || Channel i || Roof Gardening ||World’s Biggest Indoor Vertical Farm Near NYC to Use 95% Less WaterNew York City Rooftop FarmUrban Gardening with City Beet Farm on Shaw TV

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  • My l'il Pwny 1 year ago


  • darkjack57 1 year ago


  • SuperTruthful 1 year ago

    I live near here

  • ShadowWolfTJC 1 year ago

    Just remember to add nutrients into the soil every now and then. Otherwise, the plants will stop growing from lack of nutrients.

  • addy113 1 year ago

    greenroofs actually act as a guard, there are ancient green roofs over in europe that were sealed with tar and burlap over 100 years ago and still dont leak because of the soil protecting it

  • MsTokies 1 year ago

    whoa i think i saw some native bees?

  • Joe Young 1 year ago

    love the concept, but i would be leary of that much weight and the structural integrity of the roof. even a tar overlay or snow can cause alot of failures structurally.