attacking the front lawn for sustainable food

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Fritz Haeg has planted eight Edible Estates regional prototype gardens in California, Kansas, Texas, Maryland, New Jersey, New York and England. The (2nd edition of his) book (equally) documents the pleasures and challenges of publicly growing food where one lives, and features urban farmer Will Allen’s Declaration of the good food revolution.
http://www.fritzhaeg.com/edible-estates-book.html
http://www.fritzhaeg.com/garden/initiatives/edibleestates/main.html
http://www.metropolismag.com/story/20080303/edible-estates-attack-on-the-front-lawn-i
http://www.ideabooks.nl/index.php?op=full&title=25525
http://www.artbook.com/9781935202127.html
Saw it at Plaizier

And meanwhile, back in Brussels: http://www.brusselnieuws.be/artikels/stadsleven/tuinieren-kan-ook-op-straat – sadly there’s no info yet on http://www.bruxelles-congres.be/ (yikes it’s in Flash) or http://myspace.com/bruxellescongres

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