Urban Food-Producing System Inspired By Nature Can Mitigate Climate Change
An often tongue-in-cheek, over the top, and slightly serious look that the forefront of gardens and landscapes. Avant-gardening explored the for-front of gardening, urban agriculture, and landscape design. Avantgarden seeks to reimagine what’s possible in a world that embraces ecology and being a little over the top. Exploring unused public spaces in Edmonton, Alberta.
We’ve all been there. Shopping for the holidays. Walking from one end of the Mall to the other. Feet aching and arms filled with…way too much stuff. Who among us hasn’t though “Geez, I could really go for some locally grown mall kale right about now”? Ladies and gentleman, may I present to you the West Edmonton Mall
Ice Palace Greenhouse. Marvel at the melons. Tour the turnips. Browse the brussel sprouts.
If you visit Edmonton, Alberta (Canada) travel the city’s ring-road in search for giant mountains of snow. Often lasting well into Summer, some citizens have taken to betting when on when it’ll melt. What if Northern cities [Read more…]
Teacher, permaculture designer, master gardener, hobby beekeeper, consultant, and network nerd living in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.