Carl Legge reviews a book that is much more than a green gardening guide, it contains 'extremely useful principles, models and strategies' to help you become more resilient and self reliant in the face of economic instability and climate change.
With a day to pass before my students submit their second assignment for marking, this morning I set out on my bike to survey the neighbourhood for a plot of unused land to cultivate, in the manner of a Guerrilla Gardener. I already had my eyes set on a couple spots, so soon enough I found myself hoeing the earth as a soft rain began to fall. It was very pleasant, indeed. ...
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