How Does Guerrilla Gardening Build Social Cohesion?

How Does Guerrilla Gardening Build Social Cohesion?

Guerrilla gardening -- why people garden without boundaries: Richard Reynolds at TEDxItaewon

How Does Guerrilla Gardening Build Social Cohesion?

Richard Reynolds, one of the icons of the guerrilla gardening movement, speaks about how guerrilla gardeners work to care for nature and their local communities, building social cohesion through activities like International Sunflower Guerrilla Gardening Day on 1st of May. The movement began in the 1970s, but is growing rapidly and becoming mainstream.

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