Sustainable Farming Practices at Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher’s LA Mansion

In a new cover story for C Magazine, Kunis, now 39, reveals how she and her husband built a modern farmhouse in Beverly Hills into a sustainable farm.

After coming up with a brilliant plan, Kunis told C Magazine that he moved in with his family four months before he had an outbreak of chronic opportunistic virus type 1. House.

It took Kutcher (now 44) and Kunis (they’re KuKus, by the way) five years to grow all the vegetables and fruits they enjoy in their extensive gardens. She insists that farming involves the whole family. Seven-year-old Wyatt and her five-year-old Dmitri help their parents harvest a bountiful crop each year.

The Luckiest Girl Alive actress said she’s working hard on the project despite having green thumbs instead of gray thumbs.

My husband’s background in the Midwest is a key factor in all of this. He said they would build a farm and everyone would contribute to its upkeep. According to Kunis, the experience had a steep learning curve.

The farm’s wooden construction is made from recycled materials from the decommissioned Wonderbread factory, and the facility runs entirely on solar energy. The couple gave Architectural Digest a video tour of their home. This tour had a farm and a row of apple trees plus a pool and BBQ his pavilion.

The actress says the couple want their children to know the value of the tomato and the effort to grow it. It leads to growth and maturity.

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