An apple ripens on a tree in Brie Arthur's backyard in 2016. Arthur maximizes her single-acre patch of suburbia through foodscaping.
An apple ripens on a tree in Brie Arthur's backyard in 2016. Arthur maximizes her single-acre patch of suburbia through foodscaping. 2016 News & Observer File Photo - Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com
An apple ripens on a tree in Brie Arthur's backyard in 2016. Arthur maximizes her single-acre patch of suburbia through foodscaping. 2016 News & Observer File Photo - Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com

How to grow your own food and join the foodscape revolution

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