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  • Jeff Nelder

    Wouldn't it be interesting if guerrilla seed bombers partnered with other urban guerrillas, such as guerrilla artists?

    • Yasha Wallin

      Great idea - would be amazing to see what a collaboration like that would come up with.

      • Jeff Nelder

        If anyone could set that up, it would be you Yasha. Would love to read about it on good.is.

  • Mark Rosenblitt-Janssen

    This is great stuff. I like the 50c dispensers. Someone really needs to demand property reform, so that empty lots revert to the community.

  • Jim Saling

    This is a great idea and sounds like lots of fun. But protect your local environment and choose seeds that are native to your location. You don't want to seed bomb an invasive species or something that won't grow well.

    Do a little research then...bombs away!!

    • Yasha Wallin

      Good point Jim. Do you know a good resource to show what seeds are native to your city?

      • Jim Saling

        The extension office is a good idea. There are also reference books that will talk about the native plants of a region. Look for something like "native plants of the sonoran desert" or "flora as and fauna of the upper Midwest.". The library or bookstore should have something in its "local" section.

      • Paul Hill

        I would look to your local county extension office - a state office which primarily is a benefit for farmers and gardeners. They have helped me in the past.