Sunday, December 26, 2010

Odawara Orange Project

Pictured: an orange grove in nearby Minamiashigara City by Kevan Hudson

What used to be an empty orange grove Southwest of Tokyo is now booming with volunteers. The farm which lacked successors and eventually became overrun with weeds, is now well cared for through the Odawara Orange project. The volunteers also produce an array of natural cosmetics for sale using these orange blossoms that are normally thrown away.

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