Green Abundance By Design

Open Spirit Public Edible Forest Garden

Perennial Food for Humans and Wildlife

Pollinator Food and Habitat

Passive Rainwater Harvesting

Majority Massachusetts native plants

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Public Space

In the spring of 2015 a conversation began between Transition Framingham and Edwards Church Open Spirit (ECOS).

ECOS had the desire to bring the concept of Edible Forest Gardens to their campus.

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Ecological

The goal became to transform a marginal steeply sloped lawn into a garden that would give back.

With that aim we created a Massachusetts native plant based garden that produces food for humans and wildlife, provides food and habitat for pollinators, and passively harvests rainwater.

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Reformation

This is a garden seeking to deepen the functions of under utilized landscapes.

A whole lot of love, community, and care has gone into making this garden a reality.

If you are interested in learning more of this garden’s creation, there are a host of videos below.

 

Site Analysis, Design, Transformation

 
 

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