Monthly Archives: June 2009

Trekkies

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Cure

I wish I could write songs like Robert Smith of the Cure . . .

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Seen in Australia

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If Wikipedia was a real Encyclopedia

This picture shows Wikipedia’s 2,000 featured articles in print form.  This really illustrates usefulness of online information…

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Hip/ster Kids

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Urban Farming

sustainable agriculture, Sharecropper, Leah Gauthier, environmental art NYC, eco art NYC, micro-farming, microfarming, heirloom seeds, organic gardening, seed sharing urban greening, seed saving, public art NYC

Urban restoration projects are definitely the new agrarian frontier, as city dwellers rethink the possibilities for crop production in zones formerly deemed barren or simply too gritty. One can no longer be oblivious to the mediocre quality of fruits and vegetables, the costly trucking of fresh produce, or the senseless, landfill-bound packaging involved. It is high time that food production solutions sprout up in one’s own backyard or on windowsills or rooftops that can also patch together a vibrant community. During the summer of 2009, the public art project, Sharecropper, aims to create a united system of agricultural production in the heart of NYC via a fresh interpretation of the landowner tenant agreement. This micro-farming initiative by artist Leah Gauthiermight inspire New Yorkers to view wild edibles as agents of change, thanks to the parcel owners who have donated their unorthodox growing spaces for the greening of their real estates.  READ MORE HERE

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