Growing Food in Public Spaces | Great Basin Grown

Does community change require local government intervention? A group of volunteers in England would say no. Incredible Edible is changing the conversation around food in their community. The program began in Todmorden, England, a town of 15,000 people, with an experiment to change public spaces into edible landscapes.

Pam Warhurst, co-founder of the organization, outlined the brilliant revolution on the London TED Talk stage with a discussion entitled How We Can Eat Our Landscape.

Read more here: Growing Food in Public Spaces | Great Basin Grown.