Tony DeWittâ€™s wife Melissa, with daughter Selah, 3, harvests greens for the familyâ€™s dinner. DeWittâ€™s cucumber plants hang vertically from ground to ceiling in his self-constructed greenhouse.
WHITLEY COUNTY â€” Nutrient-rich waters flow through a series of plastic pipes and valves as they make their way to the homes of a multitude of different species. Waters feed the inhabitants of the rocky plateaus before ebbing and making their way back to their headwater. This isnâ€™t some alien biosphere on a strange otherworldly planet, rather, itâ€™s a hybrid of engineering, new-wave gardening, and holistic biology tucked away behind a non-descript house nestled near the shores of Old Lake.
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