By Jamin Mendelsohn
Sure, we all love community gardens and local food sources, but this proposed “food forest” in Seattle takes the concept to a whole new level.
www.Good.is shared this story which got our hearts fluttering and mouths salivating.
“Imagine if your neighborhood park doubled as a communal orchard. Out of fruit in the fridge? Just stroll down the block and pluck the first ripe pear you see. It may sound like a hippie fantasy, but residents of Seattle’s Beacon Hill neighborhood could soon be living that dream, with a community group planning to break ground on the country’s largest “food forest” this summer.”
What are your thoughts on communal forests or farms? Have you heard of any other plans for this out there? We’d love to hear all about it!
To read more about the Seattle edible forest, click here.