Infusing ecological landscaping with inspired visionary design, artist Jeeyun Ha’s Sculptural Food Forest is an interactive art installation rooted in ecological sustainability and climate appropriate landscaping, taking ecological landscaping to the next level. Sculptural growing towers called tuteurs made of branches and surrounded with edible and native plants, a branch-woven children’s play garden, a compost basket, inspired branch fencing, and creative worm bin baskets are the main features of the installation, which is located on the front yard of a private residence in West Covina, California. The soil will be sheet mulched with swales and berms for capturing roof runoff, making it drought-friendly and appropriate for the Southern California climate. Take part in the dream of a more magical, earth friendly landscape, by contributing funding and receive sweet perks like garden and compost consultations, your own mini-tuteur (growing tower), or with a $5000 donation, your own customized Sculptural Food Forest installation!

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