Last wenesday, I was in Paris for the Jardins Divers Party...
Such a great time. Here some images... You can find the interviews I made before here (in french). And here more images and sounds...
Here it is!! The new seedbomb.net is ready... Your travel through BiodiverCities is now faster.
So, sow, enjoy the initiatives all around the world.
BiodiverCities, it's you!!
Spring is here and with it come the buds, the flora which opens and colors our landscape, even urban.
Why not to make the most of it and plant in return, share and propose news ideas to feed on short circuits?
From 1st to 5th of May, the "Concrete Utopias" festival (with a double meaning in English that doesn't exist in French !) proposes to think, laugh, eat, imagine, plant, reinvent…
Spring, sun, rain, ... It's time to sow, it's time for seedbombs :)
Here is an easy recipe!!
Do you know Efficycle?
With the deep desire to give a voice to BiodiverCity, I have decided to participate to La Miss Bio 2013 Challenge. I'm proud to be part of the 10 finalists. But I want to go further. And for that, I need you!
Urban farming, nature in cities: maybe our way through the XXI century. But, if we look back, long time ago, urban farming was already a reality...
On the 22th of May, it will be the international day for Biodiversity!
It's a great pleasure for me to invite your to the first BiodiverCity meeting in Le Bois Dormoy. With my friends of Graines de Troc, we organize a joyfull meeting, a Seed Dating!
Biocité, Who are you, where are you?
BioCité is a young firm in Montreal, working for urban agriculture and edible urban landscape since march 20e12. Founded by Julien Yensen Martin, its vision is to contribute to a green city coming, sustainable and responsible, where each familycan grow locally its own food.
The "GrainesDeTroc" project is an individual initiative inspired by the Colibris movement which invites everyone to "do one's part", born in the Paris 18th sector.
I have reconverted and went to the market gardening and, as I progressed through trainings and experiments, it has been easy to see how much biodiversity is neglected.
Old types of vegetables, like old toys, would only be good to store in the attic...