How the $10,000 ‘crowd-funded’ kitchen garden will change your life

Posted September 01, 2018 09:01:25 I’m a professional chef and home decorator, but this is my first ever kitchen garden project.

I built it in my garage, and it’s about to become a full-time job.

This project is part of my mission to raise awareness about the environmental and human health impacts of greenhouse gas emissions, and how to build sustainable, sustainable living in a way that supports all of us.

The project started when I learned I have a small garden, and the concept of a backyard garden is a new one to me.

I’m now a certified garden designer and have built and tested my own garden in my own home for the past seven years.

A typical backyard garden includes about a dozen plants, including lettuce, spinach, parsnips, cucumbers, herbs, lettuce, tomatoes, peppers and other vegetables.

It also has a pot that holds about a kilogram of produce and a sprinkler system that sprinkles soil.

Once a month, I make an overnight trip to my backyard, where I will pick the produce for my kitchen, and then bring it back to my apartment.

This is a large garden and requires an amount of work and space.

For my first garden project, I have to build a little bit of it, but I can see a future for it to be more than just a garden.

Here’s what I built: The soil is about two feet deep, and is covered with a 1/4-inch-thick layer of sand.

There’s a sprinkling system on the top, and an electric fan that blows water onto the soil, which allows water to seep in and drain out.

Then, I build a small patio with some pots and a few other things.

When the project is complete, I will put the finished garden in a storage container in the garage.

If you’d like to learn more about my project, here are some resources to get you started: