Frieda Lim's case study rooftop micro-farm. Modern growing methods of sub-irrigation systems and nutrient density are put into motion to address urban challenges.
This pilot program is an edible micro-garden, showcasing modern planting methods appropriate for urban challenges. The garden will be integrated into the school’s curriculum, food program, and the surrounding community.
For this demonstration project in Red Hook -- at the renowned gardening paradise, Liberty Sunset Garden Center -- we created a side by side comparison of portable SIPs made from converted storage tubs and 4'x4' built-in wood raised beds.
"Last Supper Salon" is a multimedia, project-based collaborative festival that addresses the act of consumption. Slippery Slope Farm’s "Pick Your Own" installation demonstrated a modern perspective on growing food in the city through the practices of sub-irrigated planter systems (SIPs) and nutrient density.
Four & Twenty Blackbirds pie shop owners, Emily & Melissa Elsen source their ingredients locally and organically. They have to go no further than their windowsills for their steady growth of herbs.
TEDx Manhattan 2012: Edible Logo and Video
I created custom logo planters and a video that highlights the rhyme and reason for nutrient dense SIPs.