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Urban Foraging and Gardening in Mexico City

Published on August 14, 2014 by


New trends with old roots - A reflection on urban foraging and urban gardening in Mexico City

“To pick what we find is something very Mexican. My impression is that in this country, not just the university, there is a desire to make your own food. To ...

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Finding Seuss’s Truffula Tree

Published on August 1, 2014 by



I knew it existed.

From the day I read Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax, I fully expected to see a truffula tree. Of course, I was still an imaginative toddler, but that hope never dwindled.

In 2011, I saw my first.

The truffula tree is endangered in many ...

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Organic Gardening in Australia

Published on February 27, 2013 by

Organic Gardening in the Land of OZ   by Della Adriano

My grandmother was an avid gardener during her younger days. I might have gotten the ‘green thumb’ from her. It was said that whatever kind of seed that she would happen to throw out of her windows would surely ...

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Organic Gardening in Pakistan

Published on February 27, 2013 by

by Aisha Ahmed

Organic Gardening in Pakistan

Pakistan is gifted with a prosperous agricultural heritage and is known all over the world because of its versatile horticultural products. Pakistan is among the top 20 producers and suppliers of cotton, onion, apricot, wheat, rice, sugarcane and many other products. ...

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UK Communal Gardening

Published on February 27, 2013 by

A lot of allotments:  UK Communal Gardening

by Janet Davies

Sit back for a whistle-stop tour of allotment gardening – what it is, how it came about and how popular it is in the UK today!

Allotments are similar to the concept of community gardens in ...

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