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Bushwick Edible Park

Facing the problem of affordable fresh food scarcity around our site, our primary design strategy is to make our site a park all about plant-based food, or edible landscape. We propose that all the plants on our site will be agricultural, integrated into an urban context. In this system, we get materials from regeneration farming. Those materials go to food production, education, and hands-on learning, and then we provide these programs to the community and attract the farmers.