California artist looking for Twin Cities suburban lawn to transform into edible landscape

  • Article by: KIM PALMER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: March 12, 2013 - 4:56 PM

Commissioned by the Walker Art Center, an artist seeks a generic suburban lawn to transform into an edible landscape and then feature it in a book and exhibition.

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kvon123Apr. 3, 13 1:31 PM

You also have to be willing to be sued by your local homeowners/neighborhood association and prepared to fight the city government and deal with vandals, thieves and upset neighbors, dogs, cats, squirrels and rabbits. In other words, if you are a lawyer with too much time and money on your hands and if you want to become a pariah in your community, by all means, sign up.

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littlepeopleApr. 3, 13 2:32 PM

@kvon123 Go look at the notes from the 15 other homes that received edible estates. Their monthly notes tell a different, happier story. Spoiler alert: no thieves, vandals, or lawsuits.

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