The Soil is the Cure!

Residents, merchants and community leaders in America’s low-density neighborhoods and municipalities, once treated as areas with low economic strength by European scholars and the settler state, are working to court ‘urban Indian’ families with interest in relocating their art and urban farming movements to communities that have endured ‘poor,’ and often time sub-standard, economic conditions … Continue reading The Soil is the Cure!

Can Indigenous culture ever coexist with urban planning?

A new book examines what actually happens when urban planning meets the claims and struggles of Indigenous people in Australian and Canadian cities. (In developing the moonocycle content page it is our priority to connect you with fresh ideas around the intersection of urban design for cultural landscapes. This 2016 article in the Guardian is … Continue reading Can Indigenous culture ever coexist with urban planning?