Gallery: 2010 Buckminster Fuller Challenge Finalists Announced!

Farmshare has turned landscapes into foodscapes by making urban gardening a partnership between consumers, producers and the earth. This Buckminster Fuller Challenge finalist is a project to turn unused urban land into a food production wonderland. The project relies heavily on social media tools to bring Brooklynites together around a decentralized community farm. Someone donates a wheelbarrow, someone else an hour of weed-pulling, another a pack of seeds -- and together with the help of technology they're growing food to be shared with all. + Call to Farm: FarmShare

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  1. stever April 30, 2010 at 1:02 pm

    Wonderful site with tons of useful information!

  2. Rob Kenner April 30, 2010 at 11:14 am

    The only bad thing about the Buckminster Fuller Challenge is that only one proposal can win the grand prize. We need all these solutions to be implemented and more if we’re going to save Spaceship Earth. Anybody who feels like there’s no way to fix our battered and bruised planet, just visit and check out the Idea Index. You will be amazed as I was. There’s so much being done that the general public does not know about. If people knew they would get excited and support these efforts but our leaders and the media are not doing their job—unless that job is to maintain inertia, resignation, and the status quo.

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