Ecological connectivity: What You Do in Your Garden Affects Your Neighborhood

The Hungry Gap

No matter how small your garden, it will always affect your neighborhood, in ways you may never know and on a scale you may not be aware of.  Even the smallest garden carries with it a set of consequences for the world around it.  With a bit of effort on your part, you can expand and optimize those consequences.  Your garden is always more than you think it is.

As some of my readers know, our small city property is a National Wildlife Federation Certified Wildlife Habitat.  This is one way to expand your garden’s impact on the larger world.

This brief video (Part of the Life TIB Project – Italy)  shows (with great beauty) why you are always doing more than you think you are, and affecting the world in ways you may never know.  I hope it will encourage you to take a broader view of your garden…

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About jekcarter

Farmer/Writer/Editor/Advocate for the Imaginary
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