I have planted on some abandoned plots when i was a kid, tried to get some peeps to get down with developing these vacant lots to feed people good organic food. My “peeps” weren’t down. Good for you IRIS!! I think that acts like this are truly revolutionary!
I have heard that people are developing maps and such to mark out places that are growing “free” food & places that are vacant to plant.
I would love to join the discussion… I am toward the end of the just the first lecture, but have been studying the design book and some others… I have some questions that are along the same lines as you MIRO. It seems that even companion planting, as done in org farming may not be natural enough… but that the absolute natural process may just be survival of the fittest, and chaotic.
Wondering how this will work logistically when trying to ensure the necessary plants/ or crops needed for more than mere survival needs.
I have been conducting wild harvesting for my own medicinals for a while and would like to plan a restoration effort on some state park land in conjunction w/ the ability for the local nations (Native American) can wild harvest our medicinal & ceremonial plants.
Thanks for posting this link! I am greatly interested in medicinal plants and different healing systems, Ayurveda, Chinese and traditional Cherokee ect. I also have wild harvested. You should check out the wildfarm alliance!