Fruit tree guildTrees: fig, plum, pear, appleNitrogen fixers: clover, fava beansDynamic accumulator: borage, comfreyBenefi...
Annuals         HerbsLettuce         RosemaryChard           MintKale            ChamomileCarrots         ThymeAsparagus  ...
College Hill Reservoir Sustainable Food System
College Hill Reservoir Sustainable Food System
College Hill Reservoir Sustainable Food System
College Hill Reservoir Sustainable Food System
College Hill Reservoir Sustainable Food System
College Hill Reservoir Sustainable Food System
College Hill Reservoir Sustainable Food System
College Hill Reservoir Sustainable Food System
College Hill Reservoir Sustainable Food System
College Hill Reservoir Sustainable Food System
College Hill Reservoir Sustainable Food System
College Hill Reservoir Sustainable Food System
College Hill Reservoir Sustainable Food System
College Hill Reservoir Sustainable Food System
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College Hill Reservoir Sustainable Food System

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Plan for the addition of sustainable food production areas to the College Hill Reservoir site, San Francisco

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College Hill Reservoir Sustainable Food System

  1. 1. Fruit tree guildTrees: fig, plum, pear, appleNitrogen fixers: clover, fava beansDynamic accumulator: borage, comfreyBeneficial insect attractor: yarrowBerries: raspberry, blueberry, mulberryPest Suppression: chivesWindbreak tree guildWind breaking trees: Acacia (nitrogen fixer, trellis forclimber), elderberryClimber (on Acacia): grapesBeneficial insect attractor: marigoldPest suppression: garlic
  2. 2. Annuals HerbsLettuce RosemaryChard MintKale ChamomileCarrots ThymeAsparagus SageSummer Squash LavenderBroccoli RosemaryLeeks BasilCucumber Dill Parsley
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