Mundraub.org Alerts You to Free Local Gardens

By: Holger Mohr - Published: Oct 17, 2010   Updated: Jul 21 2011 • References: mundraub.org
Mundraub.org is an interactive website that shows unowned or abandoned places where you can harvest vegetables and fruits for free. Throughout the year, forgotten gardens or street-side fruit-bearing trees yield edibles that are just waiting to be picked up. Mundraub.org lets you tag such places -- in Germany, at least -- and view other tagged locations for free produce.

See more shots from Mundraub, which translates to "thefts of food," above.

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