Floating Garden is Huge, Sustainable, Free

Read the full story in Progressive Grocer.

Created by artist Mary Mattingly as a way to grow produce in a public space, Swale is described by the Verge as a floating garden brimming with edible plants, including apple trees planted atop a 6-foot hill. It’s open to the public, and anyone can board the barge and pick fresh food for free. One such person is Alessandra Potenza, who took a ride on the barge, and here’s what she had to say:

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