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Edible Geography & Other Blogs
Precision Farming


Now our monthly list of blogs and sorta-kinda-maybe-like-blogs blogs. First up is the pick of the bunch:

Edible Geography. After working behind the scenes of BLDGBLOG and contributing marvelous posts for years, Nicola Twilley now has her own blog. Check out her post on mushroom farming in an abandoned railway tunnel and cupcake gentrification.


And the rest:

Animal Architecture. With an interesting niche claimed, all it needs are more projects to post. Help them out with tips.

Delta National Park. John Bass blogs about the contested terrain of the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, through which approximately 40% of water in California flows before entering San Francisco Bay and out into the Pacific. Liberally covered are aquapolitics, agriculture, hydro-infrastructure and other spatial systems, from small to large scales. Also be sure to check out the non-blog part of the site.

Diffusive Architectures.

Landezine. With a bit more hard work, a few extra help and guilt-free copy-pasting, it could turn out to be the ArchDaily of Landscape Architecture.

Oh Boym.

Polis. The talented roster of writers include a couple of Where alumni.

Spatial Robots.

Subterranea Australis. One of those copy-paste blogs but we're glad it's returned after a summer hiatus, with a changed name, to copy-paste some more.

Tommy Manuel Blog. This interview with the photographer Harald Finster should help you dig in into the archives. The discussion centers on the aesthetics, documentation, preservation and rehabilitation of industrial installations.


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1 COMMENT —
  • Georgia
  • September 23, 2009 at 10:18:00 AM CDT
  • Thanks for sharing your blog lines. Really enjoyed reading entries at Edible Geography.


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