Herb gardens in strips of earth bordering sidewalks. Apples, pears, cherries, raspberries and strawberries growing all around the town’s health center. Corn growing tall in front of the police station, and fruit trees surrounding the fire station. Vegetables (with invitations to “help yourself”) next to the railway station and bordering parking lots. Residents growing food for themselves in any space not otherwise used. Visitors to the town invited to “take the walk” through the town center to view all of these edible delights for themselves.
No, this isn’t a vision from an inspirational sustainable treatise—it’s a real place.The inspiring result is England’s Incredible Edible Todmorden.... http://organicconnectmag.com/wp/todmorden-incredible-edible-town/#.UO489rbZ03Y
Taking the urban garden to the next level: Seattle Creating Massive Edible Forest Filled with Free Food http://www.scoop.it/t/agriculture-gmos-pesticides/p/1590944878/taking-the-urban-garden-to-the-next-level-seattle-creating-massive-edible-forest-filled-with-free-food