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  Architecture & Engineering


By Clair Enlow

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October 17, 2012

Design Perspectives: Beacon Food Forest could show city how to grow

Special to the Journal

On the west flank of Beacon Hill, between 15th Avenue South and Jefferson Park, an edible arboretum is taking root.

Seattle's Beacon Food Forest will be more park than garden, full of trees bearing nuts and fruit. Some will be widely recognizable, like chestnuts, walnuts and apples — and others not so much, like Yang Mei berries.

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