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The Food is Free Project is an amazing initiative based out of Austin, Texas that grows community connections alongside food (very much like the Incredible Edible Todmorden project.

Utilizing empty public spaces and salvaged materials, they’re building and lining street blocks with free wicking-bed gardens (a great tutorial on how to build these in the video below), planting true seeds of change. This dynamic program is certainly bringing a flavorful touch on how to connect with your neighbors and grow nourishing organic food in your front yard. It’s time for free harvests to anyone and everyone.

One Response to “The Food Is Free Project”

  1. Pereyre

    Thank you for all, usually i don’t understand all in english video because I’am french, so I appreciate a lot the subtitles. They work very well and i can stop the video to see what word I don’t know or understand. Now I know how to build a wicking garden bed, and Iam very happy for that. I would like to know how did you do for the subtitles working so well.


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