Guerrilla Gardening

Project Category: Informal community groupProject Tags: Gardens and Sharing Economy

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    Guerrilla Gardening is about planting food in empty lots, on any land that seems untended. the idea is to leave food to grow for people to help themselves to.. This also includes Guerrilla Grafting, which requires daring folk to graft fruit onto suitable public trees, which will then develop fruit bearing scions meaning free fruit for those who pass by.   

    This is not for the feint hearted.   Here are some video’s that explain it. Contact me if you’re interested and find out about seed bombs, guerilla grafting and more

    We need more food and less lawns.. we need to face the fact that our world is collapsing as we know it and that we must provide more local food supplies.

    The ethics and greater purpose of Guerrilla Gardening

    How to make Seed Bombs

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    Brighton, Eastbourne, Anywhere we visit