A lack of proper space compels the mind creatively
The Inca civilization carved terraces that embraced the mountain's water drainage and cultivated soil that evidently is still fertile to this day.
The Incas are most known for Potatoes, Maize (corn), Quinoa (today’s favorite protein filled grain), and a medicinal herb Quinine known to cure malaria.
Taking community beyond mediocrity.
These gardens often have little social areas in the middle for visiting with other gardeners, sharing tips, or even sharing their over-abundance of produce.
Community gardens come in all shapes and sizes. From gardens on the sides of buildings referred to as Hanging or Vertical Gardens to gardens planted on the rooftops of condo and apartment buildings, there are no limits. Only in our unopened minds.
*Upon completing this story we heard First Lady Michelle Obama had created a book on community gardens called American Grown ! Such a thrill that we are all encouraging farm to fork ideas. It does take a village!