Community Food Forest Handbook

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* Book: The Community Food Forest Handbook: How to Plan, Organize, and Nurture Edible Gathering Places. by Catherine Bukowski and John Munsell. Chelsea Green,



Elsie (the Commoner): “Permaculture and agroecology have acquired a fair amount of popularity recently, resulting in more and more people pouring their imagination in community food forests all across the United States. Community food forests, community gardens and farmers markets, community food forests work as a gateway to promote nutritious food environmental sustainability. Everybody is interested in having a community food forest in public spaces. People are its most vital component and with this book we can learn how to best organize and lead groups of people involved with these projects.”


Read the first chapter here: