|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Published In: ||United States, 19 July 1999|
This collection of writings, assembled at a time of crisis for NYC community gardens, imagines the radical possibilities of urban gardening. Bringing together NYC history, political analysis, utopian schemes, poetic accounts of what gardening can create, and investigations into the dynamics of sustainability, community, high and low technologies, and power, this book challenges the Supermarket to the World ideologies of global capital. Includes work by Sarah Ferguson, Jack Collom, Carmelo Ruiz, the editors, and others.
|Dimensions: ||17.88 x 11.99 x 0.99 centimeters (0.15 kg)|