This nice piece in the New York Times Magazine describes guerrilla gardening in terms that take me back to the glory days of the late ’60s. We learn that London’s famous guerrilla gardener Richard Reynolds sees plants as a solution to society’s problems, and who among us would argue with that?
There’s lots more at GuerrillaGardening.org.
The same issue – all about architecture – includes a rousing defense of sidewalks in which a former mayor says they’re essential for democracy and that their absence shows a "lack of respect for human dignity". Wow.