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  • Swale is a public food forest for New Yorkers
  • Swale is a public food forest for New Yorkers
    Benjamin Combs (2015) ©
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Swale is a public food forest for New Yorkers

Swale is a public 'food forest' that floats along the Bronx River on a barge. Re-connecting urbanites with nature and local produce, it invites city-dwellers to forage and pick a selection of fresh produce for free, demonstrating how the sharing economy can be effective in its truest form.

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