Two University of Miami students, Karli Evans and Traia Thiel, heard about Fleet Farming through their school chapter of IDEAS For Us. They devoted their fall semester film project to documenting the story of Fleet Farming, making several visits to Orlando to be a part of the Swarm ride and to record every stage of our expansion. Since completing the film in early February, Karli and Traia have started an entire website to feature the sustainable local food scene in Miami, called Not That Kind of Farmer. We’ve been waiting for the right moment to share it with you all!
In celebration of completing our 10th working farmlette, we want to thank every urban farming volunteer, our sponsors, our mentors, and especially this film team for helping us….
1. Grow and sell over 1,000 pounds of produce to Central Florida
2. Engage over 80 volunteers
3. Complete 38 pedal-powered Swarm Rides
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