William Bronson wrote:
As I write this I am reminded that there are parallel journeys in the Latin and white Appalachian communities,among others..
Nicole Alderman wrote:
I think for many urban poor, especially those who come from generations of urban poor, (which includes my husband and a lot of African Americans) the first step is not gardening, but teaching them what real food is.
paul wheaton wrote:Maybe a good question is: why do people even ask?
favorite Ted Talks on the Subject
Another aspect of permaculture that he's attracted to is Guerrilla Gardening. It's kind of a "stick it to the man" kind of empowerment that really appeals to him. It might appeal to many other oppressed people.
Aaaaaand ... we're on the march. Stylin. Get with it tiny ad.
Tomatoes! Ha! Anyone can grow that. Amaze your neighbors, grow your own shirt!https://permies.com/wiki/92731/fiber-arts/Homegrown-Linen-transforming-flaxseed-fibre