gaia at oneota.net
Sun Oct 16 11:21:24 EDT 2005
nice to find you in the box(or out of it, as the case may be )
thanks for initiating this lively discussion. I advocated strongly for this
approach in Powderhorn Park,an urban minneapolis 80acre "park"
an oasis where the ruling humans insisted upon mowing the wild into
A number of residents came together to assist in shifting consciousness.
of course, the Earth is edible, how could be have forgotten how delicious
gaia At 12:41 PM 10/14/2005 -0500, you wrote:
>(apologies if this has been posted before. what a great idea to
>connect free fruit with the people who could harvest & eat it. too bad
>it's not an international database.. ~mIEKAL)
>A SPECTER is haunting our cities: barren landscapes with foliage and
>flowers,but nothing to eat. Fruit can grow almost anywhere, and can be
>harvested by everyone. Our cities are planted with frivolous and ugly
>landscaping, sad shrubsand neglected trees, whereas they should burst
>with ripe produce. Great sumsof money are spent on young trees, water
>and maintenance. While these trees are beautiful, they could be
>healthy, fruitful and beautiful.
>WE ASK all of you to petition your cities and towns to support
>community gardens and only plant fruit-bearing trees in public parks.
>Let our streets be lined with apples and pears! Demand that all parking
>lots be landscaped with fruit trees which provide shade, clean the air
>and feed the people.
>FALLEN FRUIT is a mapping and manifesto for all the free fruit we can
>find. Every day there is food somewhere going to waste. We encourage
>you to find it, tend and harvest it. If you own property, plant food on
>your perimeter. Share with the world and the world will share with you.
>Barter, don't buy! Give things away! You have nothing to lose but your
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