Tuesday, June 23, 2009
On Contemporary Landscape: Tree Project on greenwala.com
Whether you live in New York or New Delhi, Sunari will happily provide you with a Hibaku seed (depending on what variety will thrive in your planting zone). Beyond that, he respectfully asks that participants join his Facebook page and document via photographs, video and/or blogging the progression of your Hibaku seed's growth. His Tree Project blog is devoted to citizen Hibaku seed caregivers, offering them a place in the spotlight to shine as brightly as the seed they've been entrusted to look after. Sunari diligently documents their individual successes throughout the weeks, always commemorating the event of germination with an accompanying photo and a few congratulatory statements. Whether you're seeking your 15 minutes of fame or you are simply inspired by this humble yet honorable mission, please contact Sunari at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on how to get started. Please spread the word -- Sunari's project is just a small yet ideal example of how we all have the power to plant seeds of inspiration.
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