New York’s Urban Farm Is Designed To Float On The Hudson River

New York’s Urban Farm Is Designed To Float On The Hudson River

New Yorkers will soon be able to enjoy free produce from a barge

Weronika Jurkiewicz
  • 29 april 2016

What if fresh produce was a public service and not an expensive commodity? Artist Mary Mattingly created Swale, a collaborative, public floating food forest that could soon provide free produce to New Yorkers. Built on a 80×30-feet platform, Swale will feature more than 80 species of trees and plants from raspberries, asparagus to wild ginger and arugula.

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