The term "guerrilla" may bring to mind a small band of armed soldiers, moving in the dead of night on a stealth mission. In the case of guerrilla gardening, the soldiers are planters, the weapons are shovels, and the mission is to transform an abandoned l
The big idea (or, What to say if you're stopped) -- Where to start (You do live here, so why aren't you home by now?) -- What to use (don't reinvent the wheel, borrow someone's car) -- Growing basics (the root end goes down) -- Naturescaping 101 (there's always somebody home in a habitat) -- Get off the grass (make it a meadow) -- Grown your own community garden (it takes a village to raise a turnip) -- When to work within (the art of aikido politics) -- Start spreading the news (information is just fertilizer with better PR) -- Where to go from here (make your city the salvation of the world).
Number Of Pages: 240
Published: 1st April 2007
Publisher: New Society