Do you even grow?

Do you even grow?

Become a vegetable growing pro in no time with this handy cheat sheet. A Vegetable Growing Cheat Sheet - infographic (UK)

take a book, leave a book, read a book! abandoned pay phone boxes become free street libraries, yes!

take a book, leave a book, read a book! abandoned pay phone boxes become free street libraries, yes! Very cool idea if there are any phone booth's left and some punks don't destroy it.

The Backyard Farmer #3: How to Create a Self-Sustainable Community Farm - Weed'em & Reap

How to Create a Self-Sustainable Community Farm

The Backyard Farmer Number How to Create a Self-Sustainable Community Farm - Weed'em & Reap

Great reminders here for #community building.

It may be neat to have RAs brainstorm ideas that would make for building community in their floorsand then hanging it around as a reminder!

Rosalie Street repurposed an old cabinet and now it is this beautiful Little Library! She wrote a blog post about how she did, too: http://www.rosaliestreet.com/blog/2014/02/19/little-free-library

Little Free Library — Rosalie Street/how to from old cabinet and like that roof in like an open book

ISSUU - Hackable Cities: A Toolkit for Re-Imagining Your Neighborhood | Strategic Design + Management at Parsons

Hackable Cities: A Toolkit for Re-Imagining Your Neighborhood

Hackable Cities: A Toolkit for Re-Imagining Your Neighborhood Final publication created by Cecilia Tham's studio section of the Strategic Design + Management program at Parsons The New School for Design.

A Givebox is like a nice cupboard where people can put out stuff they don’t need anymore that others can take. The intention behind these Giveboxes are that they encourage neighborhood communicating, exchanging ,etc.The first one was made in Berlin in 2011 by ANdreas Richter, and the concept has now spread in many cities. You may find some near you by looking for “givebox” on Facebook.

Givebox

A Givebox is like a nice cupboard where people can put out stuff they don’t need anymore that others can take. The intention behind these Giveboxes are that they encourage neighborhood communicating, exchanging ,etc.

Planning wisdom from public space observer William H. Whyte, with a still from one of his study films.

Planning wisdom from public space observer William H. Whyte, with a still from one of his study films.

How to Build a Better Neighborhood, via @NYTimes #Community #Design

How to Build a Better Neighborhood

How to Build a Better Neighborhood Residents built and decorated a gathering place with found objects at the Ross Avenue, Dallas, Better Block project in June

Even more reason to shop in the neighbourhood. #shopthehood

Even more reason to shop in the neighbourhood.

Three friends, one idea, an enormous difference to the community. Inspiring!

Coffee project meeting aims

A coffee shop that donates 100 per cent of its profits back into community projects is running full steam ahead.

Addington Coffee Co-op | Who we are

Addington Coffee Co-op

Neighbourhood Street Map

Neighbourhood Street Map

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