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Put down roots. Plant a permanent sustenance garden.

On my profile, I just posted a video about a 300 year old permanent food garden in Vietnam. The work of The Garden Earth…Continue

Tags: Jackson, Oregon, WellSprings, Tree, Life

Started Mar 6, 2010

 

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Introduction to Urban ReGardening

This blog originated as an email response to an agent who asked me what I thought of urban farming and hydroponics. As I began crafting my response, I realized it was better posted as a blog for wider distribution rather than a private exchange between myself and another agent. That being said, here are my thoughts on Urban Gardening.



Wherever people live, we need food. People live in urban areas, so urban gardening is a necessity. What approach to use?



When gardening in urban… Continue

Posted on March 13, 2010 at 4:05pm — 6 Comments

ReGardening Eden - Establishing Permanent Sustenance Gardens

A permanent sustenance garden is a garden that naturally renews and regenerates itself through reseeding and sending out shoots and starts all on its own with little human intervention other than harvesting it's bounty. It is a garden that tends itself, waters itself, tills itself, weeds itself, composts itself, becoming ever more lush and abundant year after year. This garden provides sustenance for humans, habitat for wildlife and restores the balance essential for addressing climate and… Continue

Posted on March 6, 2010 at 9:30pm — 19 Comments

Tea Time 2020

In 2020, there will be no need for Alchemy to call me to handle a food crisis.



There will be no food crisis, as it will already have been averted by the re-establishment of permanent sustenance gardens worldwide.



Can we really imagine a world without crisis? Can we really imagine a world of serenity, a world of comfort and abundance, a world of celebration, creativity and beauty? Can we really imagine establishing that world at whatever scale is possible, right now, right… Continue

Posted on March 4, 2010 at 8:30am — 5 Comments

I don't know if this is cheating . . .

. . . but I choose Jane McGonigal to shadow. Actually, I was already

shadowing her. That's how I found this site in the first place.



Hope you don't mind Jane, but you're it!



I found and bookmarked avantgame.com many moons ago, when I first discovered the ARG genre.



To act on this mission challenge, I sent you a facebook friend request, I book marked your blog, I'm following you on twitter.



Watch for my FarmVille invite!! (I need horse shoes to… Continue

Posted on March 4, 2010 at 7:46am — 1 Comment

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At 8:50pm on March 13, 2010, Shakwei Mbindyo said…
Please see my blog "urban living" which is a follow up to garden in a sack. Also great video at http://vimeo.com/7264277 with instructions from a Ugandan girl on how to grow your own garden in a sack.
At 7:51pm on March 9, 2010, Alchemy said…
Agent Crystal Bellar has been inspired by your blog post to create a Next Step mission. I am awarding you +20 Spark for your inspiration. Well done.
At 8:58am on March 4, 2010, The Garden Earth Project said…
That's great! Nice to meet you Crystal :)
At 12:02am on March 4, 2010, Crystal Bellar said…
Hi ! I liked your name, and love plants so I decided that I would mentor you through this site. I'm just poking around here myself and I hope you enjoy EVOKE ! :D
 
 
 

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