Guerilla gardening: a horticultural revolution

“In all its varied forms, guerrilla gardening is a challenge to how we use land. It can serve as a form of protest, a source of nutrition, or simply as a way to beautify derelict or unused spaces. At its core it is a defiance of authority.”

Combine the above article with this video:
‘Propaganda Gardening’ at Incredible Edible Todmorden [13’47]
“They practise the art of ‘propaganda gardening’, planting up every available public space in their town, and from their efforts have sprung businesses, social enterprises, school gardens, a permaculture training centre, even ‘vegetable tourism’! Their work has envigorated the town’s economy and made them famous. Communities throughout the world have taken Todmorden’s model and replicated it.”