Bill’s career focus is research on and teaching of best practices in Urban Agriculture and Intensive Small Scale Food Production. For close to two decades he has run organic gardens that produce specialty crops for a number of successful chefs.
In addition to producing specialty crops for chefs, the production and demonstration gardens Bill currently manages also serve as outdoor living and entertaining spaces. These gardens demonstrate the potential of urban edible-ornamental gardens to produce significant quantities of food as well as being self-sufficient in seedling and compost production.
Bill’s consulting business focuses on documenting and sharing successful techniques and growing systems that he has developed or discovered. Along with consulting services for businesses, non-profits and individuals, Bill also presents classes, workshops, lectures, a blog, and written training materials for professional growers and others with an interest in urban food production.
Learn more about Bill’s work by looking at a project summary.