The small farming toolkit includes everything one needs to start growing biodynamic, organic food off-grid.
Self-sufficiency is a must in the modern age, which is why one California-based company is using shipping containers to create micro-farms.
Reports Fast Company, ‘Farm from a Box’ aims to equip everyone with the tools needed to produce their own food and live self-sufficiently off-grid.
The small-scale farming toolkit comes in 10-, 20- and 40-foot units and is pre-installed with a photovoltaic system comprised of 10 high-efficiency solar modules, off-grid inverters, a transformer and distribution box, and deep-cycle batteries for energy storage.
A 3,000-watt generator is also included to back up the array.
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The majority of Americans are being driven from the workforce and will never have full time jobs again. I think the US government should buy one of these (and the land it requires) for each family so that we'll at least have a way to survive.
And We The People should coerce Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, Yahoo, and their ilk to fund the program.