How does edible nature change the urban context? No one would know more than Fallen Fruit, a collaborative that uses "fruit" as a way to think about urban space and community building. Ever since they put their public fruit jams and published maps of fruit freely hanging around the neighborhood, I have been intrigued.
Now, Fallen Fruit is working in El Segundo to produce L.A.'s first fruit park in Del Aire Park. It includes "27 fruit trees, ranging from peach to plum, 8 native grapevines and edible herbs — all of which will be harvested freely by the community."
|via Fallen Fruit|
Join the park's opening tomorrow at 10:30 am at Del Aire Park.