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A forest garden with 500 edible plants could lead to a sustainable future

National Geographic

Instead of neat rows of mono­cul­ture, for­est gar­dens com­bine fruit and nut trees, shrubs, herbs, vines and peren­ni­al veg­eta­bles togeth­er in one seem­ing­ly wild set­ting. This type of agro­forestry mim­ics nat­ur­al ecosys­tems and uses the space avail­able in a sus­tain­able way. | Read More