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Neighborhod/City Parks as Food Forests  RSS feed

 
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I saw this today and wonder how we can invite (and even facilitate) more Cities and Towns across America and Canada (and the rest of the World) to be open to accepting and providing these kinds of "Open Spaces."

Congratulations Seattle, for taking steps to make awareness a part of the Neighborhood.

Who's Next?

http://www.takepart.com/article/2012/02/21/its-not-fairytale-seattle-build-nations-first-food-forest
 
I suggest huckleberry pie. But the only thing on the gluten free menu is this tiny ad:
It's like binging on 7 seasons of your favorite netflix permaculture show
http://permaculture-design-course.com/
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