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Monday, February 15, 2016
What Wred's Reading: Edible Estates
Any book subtitled "Attack on the Front Lawn" will likely get my attention, and, so far, I have been enjoying this book. It includes a variety of essays, some of which I have read before such as Michael Pollan's "Why Mow?: The Case Against Lawns", as well as documentation of several front lawns that artist Fritz Haeg turned into gardens. I have been enjoying blackberries and strawberries from my front yard for several years now, so I am delighted to get some more ideas about how to gather more food locally, really locally, such as right out the door.
People should stop throwing chemical junk in their yards and start throwing compost instead because not only is that healthier, but it's also potentially yummier!
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