I’m a big fan
of edible plants being incorporated into our daily landscapes and city architectures.
So many landscape designers choose the sterile, prickly or just colorful route. When I first had the honor of seeing Pam Warhurst speak on how she started a volunteer program to turn vacant lots and unused land into edible gardens that can be shared by the community, I was thrilled. Her concept has grown rapidly and similar programs are sweeping Europe and other countries.
This short TED Talk shows a brilliant women who has a vision and keeps it alive by empowering individuals to connect in a basic, balanced and loving way, so they can change the narrative of food in their community.
Image source: kkimpel