Historic McMillan Park is threatened with senseless development if concerned activists do nothing to prevent it. A permaculture solution is environmentally, socially and economically sustainable.
Location: Washington DC
Latest Activity: Jul 27, 2012
The unique nature of this site demands particular care, sensitivity and imagination for optimal restoration, preservation and development. Besides its historical significance, it is not just another 25 acre property. Its two levels offer a usable area of 50 acres. Permaculture principles would suggest that we utilize and work with all existing features and conditions, including exposing Tiber Creek which currently runs underground and has caused subsidence, and will continue to undermine the south-eastern cells.