Guerrilla Gardening “Guerrilla gardening is urban gardening and food justice. It’s just this
really cool mix,” says Emmy Gran, 25, who is teaching seed-bombing in a
floppy sun hat at a recent Saturday morning workshop in the courtyard
of Old City Green,
a gardening store in Shaw. “But it’s controversial, too. If you see an
abandoned, neglected lot and you decide to do something about it by
planting vegetables and herbs, are you an occupier? It’s kind of
radical, in some ways.”
Pop Up Retail Neighborhoods Convert unused main street retail into entrepreneurial hubs of economic development.
like this. A shoeleather entrepreneur finds an empty two family
house, moves in, and then rents out the upstairs. When a shut off
notice arrives and the tenant calls the electric company, the tenant
learns that the person who's been getting the rent is not the owner
of the property!
Know who you're renting from!