Guerilla Gardening: Strategies for Greening Up Your Neighborhood

May 7, 2014 by  
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Regardless of whether you are an urban, suburban, or rural dweller, there is inevitably a patch of neglected turf in your neighborhood that might need a bit of TLC to green it up. If you see hidden gardening potential between sidewalk cracks when others see decay and abandon, well then, you might be a budding guerrilla gardener and not even know it! The guerrila gardening phenomenon is sweeping the globe as folks are finding innovative ways to come together for the optimization of neglected land and paved surface area. It’s a turf war for some, a poetic gesture for others, but either way, citizens are rolling up their sleeves to create gardens in the most unlikely spaces. Read the rest of Guerilla Gardening: Strategies for Greening Up Your Neighborhood Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: abandoned lot , community gardens , Green Guerillas , green space , guerilla , guerilla gardening , guerrilla , guerrilla garden , guerrilla gardening , Liz Christy , nature graffiti , resistance gardening , seed ball , seed balls , seed bomb , seed bombs , urban , urban faming , urban food , urban gardening , urban renewal , wildflowers

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