The Dandelion Project is a collaboration between a chef and a farmer. Their vision is to model mid-scale agroforestry in the Northeast that increases resiliency in the regional food system, while building community through farm dinners and on-site sales. As a new member of the New Hampshire-based Crows Feat Farm Collective, Dandelion Project needed support getting their vision on paper, in a way that could guide decision making over time. RDG provided mapping, site assessments, crop assessments and a schematic layout of nut and fruit crops, herbaceous alley crops and meadows.
Read more about the Crows Feat Collective here.
Look for updates from the Dandelion Project here.
- Chestnut Alley Cropping
- Coppice Zone for Biomass + Soil Improvement
- Pollinator Wet Meadow
- Mapping + Site Analysis
- Conceptual Design
- Schematic Field Layouts
The Dandelion Project is a journey into the world of edible perennial crops, rebuilding soil health, and sharing abundance. Linh’s drive is to apply her systems-thinking and scientific approach to support a better quality of life for our communities. She is focused on strengthening local food networks while creating natural habitats.
Excerpt from Crows Feat Farm website