Wilding street grass in Tallinn

My friend Triin pointed out that the reason the grass near paths is uncut is because they are being “wilded” - the uncut grass isn’t a sign of poor maintenance by the Tallinn Municipality, it is because these “wild” plants are home to a variety of “wild” life

Another friend, Vidhura, commented on Facebook on his experience setting up an analog forest in Sri Lanka - nature would eventually restore to that state in decades if we actually allowed it to take its course; but because we are destroying natural habitats at such a rapid rate, we actually need artificial efforts to accelerate what nature might have done

PLACEHOLDER: Add a story about the Analog Forest in Thulhiriya the next time I get a chance to visit