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Guerrilla Gardening: Things Are Getting Serious

Since I became a guerrilla gardener a month or so ago, I’ve been living in the mountains (not really, but let’s run with this narrative). I’ve only been entering civil society to do my work, and busy I have been. Then I escape back into the mountains where I plan my next move. My code name is “Che Guava.” I reported on my previous operations here and here. Since then, things... read more

Viva La Resistance!

No, this isn’t the same citrus tree that I planted and posted about a couple of weeks  ago. Although I do look very fondly upon that citrus tree, and check upon it morning  and night, I wouldn’t bother you again with more details were it not for the fact that  another tree has mysteriously appeared, this time on my neighbour’s nature strip. It  looks quite fine, I must say. Whoever could have put... read more

Guerrilla Gardening and the Relocalization of Food Production

Relocalizing food production is one of the most important steps on the path to a sustainable society, and in times of  great economic uncertainty, relocalizing food production is just plain sensible. It should bother us, therefore, when we see good land in our neighbourhoods sitting dormant and uncultivated, especially when it is right outside our own doorsteps. Such thoughts crossed my mind every time I... read more
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