The fragile nuns actively pursuing organic gardening here are able to manage their gardens with the minimum of help because of easier technologies. All it took for them to get going was an interest and commitment to go into healthier lifestyles. Gardens that produce healthy food adhere to their spiritual commitments of integrity of creation for the Good Shepherd Nuns or caring for Mother Earth for the Benedictines and the Tuding nuns, their practice sets the premise for the city that urban gardening can be done with discipline and incentives. The School of Urban and Regional Planning (SURP) of the University of the Philippines recommends a mix of rural and urban spaces in cities. It is essential that we bridge the urban-rural disconnect and move cities toward models that deal in natural ecosystems and healthy food systems.
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