The Miyawaki Method: Tiny But Dense Urban Forests Are Cropping Up All Over Europe

Over the last few years, tiny but dense forests have been springing up all over Europe as part of a movement aimed at restoring biodiversity and fighting the climate crisis. The chosen method was invented by Japan’s most famous botanist, Akira Miyawaki.
The Miyawaki method  involves exploiting small urban spaces to create tiny yet productive forests which are as
rich in biodiversity as larger wild areas would be. These tiny forests are grown in places such as school courtyards, street-side public spaces or private gardens.

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