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Community Gardens 

Not all Community Gardens are veggie oriented.  This one is in Somerville, Massachusetts.   

Providing beautiful surroundings is one of the many things that sets the VNA’s (Visiting Nurse Assn.) Assisted Living Community apart from other facilities. The Community Garden helps make our residents’ lives a little brighter each day.   

View the Garden design planting plan, by the talented Tim Houlihan who is a landscape architect. Tim has very generously donated all of his time and creativity in honor of his grandmother to make this garden a reality for our residents.   

Community Garden, Visiting Nurse Assn. Assisted Living

Community Garden, Visiting Nurse Assn. Assisted Living

Good Green Thinking! 

Per Sunday April 25, 2010 Edhat article:  Gunter Pauli suggests by emulating nature we can evolve from an economy based on scarcity to an economy based on abundance—the cascading, nutrient rich, Blue Economy. Founder of Zero Emissions Research Initiatives (ZERI) Global Network, Gunter Pauli pioneered the concept of waste being seen as a resource that with creative thinking, can be used to create multiple enterprises from singular ones, with benefits for the economy and the environment. Pauli is fond of saying that returns on investment from these kinds of business models far exceed those of companies like Microsoft!

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