A project in New York, NY by Mary Mattingly

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A Floating Food Forest in New York City
Backers: 333
Average Pledge Per Backer: $98

Funded: $32,523 of $32,000
Dates: Apr 25th -> May 25th (30 days)
Project By: Mary Mattingly
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Latest News

Food is free for the taking at floating 'forest' in NYC

August 5th - via: newsadvance.com
An old construction barge planted with vegetables, apple trees and fragrant herbs is giving apartment-dwelling New Yorkers a chance to pick something and eat it. (Read More)

22 Hours To Go!

May 24th - via: kickstarter.com
Thank you VERY MUCH for all of your support for the Swale campaign this far! We are $3,760 away from meeting our goal, and are eager to announce that we have just been offered matching funds for the final 22 hours of this campaign! Please help us to... (Read More)

Three New Rewards!

May 20th - via: kickstarter.com
NEW!! Perimeter Garden Bed Sponsor will allow us to construct one garden bed along Swale's perimeter (thirty needed). We will send you an 8" x 10" mounted color photograph by Mary Mattingly (limited edition of 30) and a garden bed along Swale's... (Read More)

Five-Day Countdown for Swale!

May 19th - via: kickstarter.com
Dear Friends and Colleagues! In this, our last week, we would be so immensely grateful if you could lend us a hand inviting your friends to get involved! Because not only do we need their support now, we really want to you all to come and join us on... (Read More)

Two New Kickstarter Rewards available through non-studio!

May 14th - via: kickstarter.com
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1152620801/swale Two new rewards offered by non-studio!  non-studio Assortment of plant-based tinctures, used to treat various ailments. These remedies have been crafted with the sustainability of plants &... (Read More)

News about Swale and our sibling projects!

May 9th - via: kickstarter.com
Swale Rendering Last week, the Arctic Food Forest opened at the Anchorage Museum in Alaska. The food forest grows fresh, free perennial foods, both a service and statement about  Alaska's warming climate.  Next week, WetLand will be in Sag Harbor,... (Read More)

Pictures, plans, and renderings of Swale!

April 29th - via: kickstarter.com
Swale Rendering Swale Layout Swale Plan View Sketch of Trees on Swale Swale Rendering Site #3 - Governors Island, Yankee Pier Site #2 - Concrete Plant Park, Bronx Site #1 - Neptune Park, New Rochelle Swale Sketch by Jono Neiger of Regenerative... (Read More)

Recent News!

April 28th - via: kickstarter.com
Civil Eats on Swale! Sean Walsh, owner of the New Jersey-based edible landscape company AppleSeed Permaculture, is one of the collaborators assisting with design and plant sourcing. He hopes Swale can help more people think about growing food in... (Read More)

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