TOMATO TIME: Curtis Stone

TOMATO TIME: Curtis Stone

Harvest underway on Kelowna’s urban farms

Curtis Stone, one of the original urban farmers, shows the Capital News his greenhouse

  • Oct. 3, 2014 6:00 a.m.

Curtis Stone, one of Kelowna’s original urban farmers, is writing a book on his endeavour.

Earning his living off five lots in the downtown core, he harvests everything from spinach to tomatoes to sell at the Kelowna Farmer and Crafters’ Market and enjoys a brief travel sojourn lecturing on his efforts each winter.

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