Wednesday, March 18, 2015

These Urban Farmers Want to Feed the Whole Neighborhood--For Free

Community food forestry demonstrates a smarter way to grow food locally — which is important, considering that we’re staring at a future of hungry, hungry humans. The Beacon Food Forest is a lush public garden where all of the produce is up for grabs. Instead of dividing the land into small patches for private planting, like most community gardens, volunteers cultivate the whole food forest together and share, well, the fruits of their labor with anyone and everyone.

More:  http://portside.org/2015-03-18/these-urban-farmers-want-feed-whole-neighborhood-free

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