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Nottinghill Edible Forest Garden
Nottinghill Edible Forest Garden
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Commenced:
01/11/2010
Submitted:
10/06/2011
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Winston Salem, North Carolina, US
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Climate zone:
Warm Temperate





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Slideshow in the works

Project: Nottinghill Edible Forest Garden

Posted by Joshua Finch about 10 years ago

Mostly unpublished photographs of the garden from November 2010- June 2011

I’m working on putting together a slideshow (in video format) with photographs from commencement to now. The changes are quite dramatic, to say the least. It has been enjoyable to see just how much work we have done and knowing that it will only become more diverse and full of life as we continue.

I’ve got about half of it completed- possibly will have it up tonight. 

I watched Agro Rebel- a short documentary on Sepp Holzer’s farm in Austria. I love how he describes mistreating of land as a crime and that we should hold each other to account. Highly recommended! 

Inspired by the documentary, I decided to start working on some projects I’ve been batting around in my head. One of those is the slideshow, the other is a little different- focusing on training annual vines for creating diverse microclimates. One thing at a time though.

Oh, and my “vacation” is over. So now I’m back to work starting today.

 

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