Erik Van Lennep erik@tepuidesign.com
Thu, 23 Mar 2017 10:42:04 PDT
Hi Leo,

That's amazing. I am still laughing :) but I can appreciate the frustration
of the encounter. Especially considering not only the impossible growing
conditions at the site, but the fact that most bananas don't even set
viable seed even in ideal conditions.


youth and elders short video <http://vimeo.com/62177578/>



“I know of no restorative of heart, body, and soul more effective against
hopelessness than the restoration of the Earth.”

On 23 March 2017 at 06:59, Leo Martin <stnalpsoel@gmail.com> wrote:

> >....The Federal Bureau of Land Management police are in charge
> > of those public lands, and they wanted to confiscate the banana plants
> > so that the banana seeds would not get loose and invasively naturalize,
> > making a banana jungle on the high, waterless alkali flats.
> As for the banana plants - the least parsimonious explanation is the
> inspectors wanted the plants for themselves.
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