Cluster is an edible forest edge made up of several layers of plant life that are blended into the surrounding forest co-designed by Mary Mattingly and Malin Lobell with support from Johanna and Esbjörn at Holma folkhögskola. Perforated forest edges play an important role in the ecology of a place. A border with gaps can host other habitats, allowing for greater interior biodiversity and protection from forest loss, while simultaneously being an entirely edible landscape. Healthy soil makes a thriving forest edge.
Mary Mattingly
Malin Lobell
USA & Sweden

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Cluster- Edge forestgarden

Cluster- Edge forestgarden

A combined layout that includes both Mary Mattingly permaculture project 'Cluster' and Malin Lobell's 'The importance of Being...' ... More Information