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« on: October 10, 2008, 10:20:11 AM »

Hiya Gardeners,
And greetings from the holy land (or something...)

Guerilla Gardening just recently came to my knowledge, from my sister who's running a permacultural farm in my parents' old farm in Moshav Nahalal, Israel.

I wish to start a group of guerilla gardeners in Israel, and we can do this mainly during the winter as our summer is too dry for anytihng to live without almost daily watering.

Anyways, what do I need to do and how to start?  And if there are other Israelis in here you're welcome to join me, im gonna start on a thin stripe of land just in front of my house in Ramat Ishay, a small town in northern israel.

Thanks ahead,

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« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2009, 10:30:03 PM »

Israel is a little far for me to travel so I'm afraid I can't volunteer! However in my experience the best thing you can do is start it off yourself, it's much easier to attract help when you have something underway. Also make a point of meeting near the site you plan to dig rather than sitting in pubs or cafes to discuss your plans, it's very easy to fall into the trap of talking about your plans rather than take practical action.

Best of luck and please put your updates and photos up in the forum as it's great to draw inspiration from other gardeners.
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