This ecological and community art project designed by Beverly Naidus features a "food forest" of perennial herbs, berries & veggies to feed the community, as well as demonstration of soil remediation via plants and mushrooms. In the center of the garden is a story hive that houses the stories of farmers and gardeners on the island who responded to the question: why do you plant seeds in a time of ecological crisis?
Monday, June 11, 2012
Ok, I know I've been lousy at keeping up this blog all school year, but now I have the summer off and intend to be more responsible. Thanks for your patience.