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SharedEarth.com: finding the middle ground

by EcoStreet on April 30, 2010

in EcoFood, EcoHouse, Permaculture

The new sharecropping has popped up on the internet. There’s a great article on Treehugger about SharedEarth.com, a website that “helps match up prospective gardeners to those with gardens, for free”.

It’s an obvious problem in urban and suburban jungles around the country: many people are eager to garden but have nowhere to indulge their green thumbs. And plenty of homeowners have gardens in need of tending.

There are more photos and lots of information here.
SharedEarth.com: A Landshare Grapevine Linking Gardeners With Gardens [Treehugger]

Photo credit: di the huntress

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Silent Spring May 2, 2010 at 10:04 am

Interesting, never thought there was way to connect eager gardeners with neglected gardens.
.-= Silent Spring´s last blog ..The Phthalates Problem =-.

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pete December 26, 2011 at 4:12 pm

love the idea.grow your own or buy local is the only way to save ourselves

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