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Food Forest!

Posted on October 18, 2013 by Marty McDonald

What could be more primal than foraging for food in the woods?

Interchange Media in collaboration with the Beacon Food Forest created cool this vid for the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio.

The Beacon Hill neighborhood in Seattle, Washington is building an urban food forest on 7 acres of public land. Located in one of the most diverse zip codes in the United States(and an awesome pizza joint for when we want to get our gluten on!), their neighborhood community has come together to grow their own food to rehabilitate the local ecosystem, improve public health and educate about the climate impact of food production.

Being half situated in Seattle, we're proud to see this project taking off. And now we're going hunting.

 Go barefoot!

Posted in BeaconFoodForest, beaconhill, foodforest, forage, foraging, paleo, primal, seattle, wildcrafted


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