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Para quienes lo desechan, es basura; pero para otros puede ser un platillo. ¿Tú que opinas sobre lo que tiramos en los tachos de la ciudad?

Para quienes lo desechan, es basura; pero para otros puede ser un platillo. ¿Tú que opinas sobre lo que tiramos en los tachos de la ciudad?

When Ron Finley received an arrest warrant for planting vegetables in front of his house, he decided to take a stand.  A member of his gardening group, Green Grounds, started a petition and gathered the community to take action.  The Los Angeles Times picked up the story and then he started to get global attention. The city council also took notice and the warrant was revoked.  Now, the policy has been changed and under a new law, the city will allow free gardens next to ...

When Ron Finley received an arrest warrant for planting vegetables in front of his house, he decided to take a stand. A member of his gardening group, Green Grounds, started a petition and gathered the community to take action. The Los Angeles Times picked up the story and then he started to get global attention. The city council also took notice and the warrant was revoked. Now, the policy has been changed and under a new law, the city will allow free gardens next to ...

Ron Finley, guerilla gardener of South Central LA, awarded 'Natural American Heroes' award from Natural News

Ron Finley, guerilla gardener of South Central LA, awarded 'Natural American Heroes' award from Natural News

onestrawrevolution.net--this website is dedicated to the work of Masanobu Fukuoka, the famous Japanese farmer and philosopher who developed the "Natural Farming" method also known as "Do-nothing Farming".

onestrawrevolution.net--this website is dedicated to the work of Masanobu Fukuoka, the famous Japanese farmer and philosopher who developed the "Natural Farming" method also known as "Do-nothing Farming".

In Irvine, California, a 7.5 acre plot of land was turned into "The Incredible Edible Park", a community garden that feeds 200,000 people each month.

In Irvine, California, a 7.5 acre plot of land was turned into "The Incredible Edible Park", a community garden that feeds 200,000 people each month.

Vivien Sansour collects fennel and mint on her plot in Battir.

Palestinians create new seed bank to save their farming heritage in the Holy Land’s hills

Stephen Harrod Buhner on Plant Intelligence and the Imaginal Realm — Unlearn & Rewild

Stephen Harrod Buhner on Plant Intelligence and the Imaginal Realm, Part One /13

Stephen Harrod Buhner on Plant Intelligence and the Imaginal Realm — Unlearn & Rewild

Agrihoods Give the Commune a Suburban-Living Makeover.   Some believe building housing and farms side by side could be the future of the local food movement.

Agrihoods Give the Commune a Suburban-Living Makeover. Some believe building housing and farms side by side could be the future of the local food movement.

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