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Oni su uspjeli! Od korova do sadnice budućnosti!

Od korova do sadnice budućnosti!

water harvesting. harvesting street run-off using curb-cuts & vegetated basins. 9th ave, dunbar springs, tucson.

harvesting street run-off using curb-cuts & vegetated basins.

14 Interesting Ideas How To Decorate Your Garden With Tree Stumps

14 Interesting Ideas How To Decorate Your Garden With Tree Stumps

You Can Teach An Old Stump A New Trick!, turn a stump -- tree struck by lightening years ago -- into a planter with holes drilled into the sides for draining to delay interior rotting.

slice of heaven

slice of heaven

PAREDES VIVAS  Projetada por um grupo de estudantes de arquitetura na Alemanha, esta construção dá um novo significado à expressão “integração com a natureza”. A casa não apenas convive com as árvores, como fica mais resistente conforme o crescimento delas. O sistema foi batizado de Botany Building e fica na Stuttgart University.

'botany building' or 'arbo-architecture' involves the manipulation of trees around a support structure in order to grow architectural forms.

“Growing your own food is like printing your own money.”  Meet Ron Finley, the man who has been called the, “Guerilla Gardener of South Central LA.” When Ron Finley saw a problem with limited access to fresh food in his community he also saw a solution in the form of empty lots. | Read on >> http://www.thrivemovement.com/blooms-and-shrooms-two-reasons-feel-great-about-humanity.blog

Blooms & Shrooms: Two Reasons to Feel Great about Humanity

Liz Christy Garden. This was the first community garden in New York City, started in 1973 by pioneer Liz Christy. It launched a movement that appropriated vacant lots and unused spaces and cultivated them into dozens of gardens scattered in East Greenwich Village and other areas of Manhattan. Some have been given official park status by the NYC Dept of Parks and Recreation.

Liz Christy Garden. This was the first community garden in New York City, started in 1973 by pioneer Liz Christy. It launched a movement that appropriated vacant lots and unused spaces and cultivated them into dozens of gardens scattered in East Greenwich Village and other areas of Manhattan. Some have been given official park status by the NYC Dept of Parks and Recreation.

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