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Permaculture Guerilla Garden
Permaculture Guerilla Garden
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122 Julia road, Durban, South Africa, ZA
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Alice Thomson
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Permaculture Guerilla Garden

Project Type

Urban, Demonstration

Project Summary

Public open space kitchen garden and food forest.

Project Description

A small part of a useless public grass park was dug up and planted following Geoff Lawton's and Rob Hopkin's principles as a kitchen garden and food forest to make unproductive ground productive for monkeys wildlife and people. Other sustainability components are featured at an adjoining residential property.

In reaction to the climate of moral degeneration and corruption the unfunded project has a sign reading:"This 100% corruption free precinct is a biodiverse cradle of moral regeneration. It is an entanglement of flora and fauna interacting with freedom and honesty demonstrating common sense sustainability is fun! You are welcome to visit it whenever you need to!"

On it's road boundary the ten biggest seed companies, the ten biggest business companies and all bankers are barred entry.

A variety of sustainability components are to be found at the adjoining residential property the wealth index of the owner at todays date on the FAWL (Forbes Alternative Wealth List) being 22 tons of harvested rain water and 14 fresh eggs. 


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