"I love that you've brought this to attention. An extensive database of uncommon but resistant and hardy plants/foods could be developed and organized by climate. Ease of growth and processing should also be taken in to account. I will try to…"
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And if an entire community was using a garden like this, you can be sure there would be some self-monitoring setup to prevent thieving.
I agree with you that human greed is a huge issue we must contend with. I also agree that the "intruding" and "plundering" which are related to human greed are issues as well. I am compiling a list of these issues. Look for further discussion of them in my future blogs!
@Chris Breslin Yes, lack of education on the benefits of these gardens is also an obstacle. Once again the "thieving" issue, which is related to the "intruding" and "plundering". I appreciate your assistance, helping me build my list of issues to address!
Like you said, every step brings us closer to our goals, and organizing communities to produce food together, even in small quantities, is progress!
Carring Capacity is a pretty scary concept. But, these are important ! :)
There are also many issues on the land that include salting, contamination from irrigation water, and pests. I believe we will be able to remediate these issues successfully as well.
Gardening of course, takes time, so the evidence won't be fully available for a few seasons. Stay tuned :)
I appreciate your comments - they are wonderful points for discussion!