Thursday, July 14, 2016

TED talk by Emma Marris

I first learned about Emma Marris from another video, posted in conjunction with the publication of her book Rambunctious Garden...

...which I have previously linked to here.

The reason I believe her vision and my own are complementary is that devices using cultivation techniques sufficiently meticulous and noninvasive to enable mechanization of intensive polycultures could also allow some selective wildness (something other than aggressive and/or noxious weeds) back onto land used for production, intermixed with crops grown for harvest.

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