Business People and Their Homes

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, No Soil

    Imagine you’re south of Atlanta standing in the middle a vacant lot of red clay -- barren soil where surely nothing can grow. You’re looking for a produce farm called PodPonics but all you see are…   Read the Article

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, Hydroponic Lettuce

    PodPonics produces many different types of lettuce such as arugula and red oak as well as micro-greens.    See the Image

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, Shipping Containers

    PodPonics started with eight shipping containers in a gritty section of Atlanta's Old Fourth Ward.    See the Image

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, Graffiti

    PodPonics founder Matt Liotta said that there first containers located in a parking lot on Ponce de Leon Avenue in Atlanta were "decorated for free."    See the Image

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, New Location

    The new Southside PodPonics location allowed them to increase production ten-fold and provide jobs in a blighted area of Atlanta.    See the Image

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, Science

    PodPonics is the science of hydroponics, farming that can be traced back to the 1600s.    See the Image

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, Matt Liotta

    PodPonics founder Matt Liotta came up with the idea for his company while jobless and shopping for produce.    See the Image

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, No Soil

    PodPonics uses no soil, very little water and can produce a guaranteed yield.    See the Image

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, Electricity

    PodPonics does require a lot of electricity but uses no soil and very little water.    See the Image

  • Chicago is a biking city, for work commute and pleasure, with about 200 miles of bike lanes, the City's Divvy bike sharing system in full swing and 13,000 bike racks around…   Read the Article