Grow a Pear
About This Episode
From far northern climes, we are joined by Sarah Schindler, land use and property expert, hipster scholar, and lawn destroyer. In this episode we discuss Maine, backyard chicken raising, zoning, Brasília, the virtues and pleasures of law-breaking, and banning lawns. Sponsored this week by the Monsanto Corporation. Not really.
This show’s links:
- Sarah Schindler’s faculty profile and writing
- Errata! Jukkasjärvi and its ice hotel are in Sweden, not Finland. Apologies to our Swedish listeners.
- Aaron Perzanowski, Tattoos and IP Norms
- David Fagundes, Talk Derby to Me: Intellectual Property Norms Governing Roller Derby Pseudonyms
- Hella Blitzgerald
- Sarah Schindler, Of Backyard Chickens and Front Yard Gardens: The Conflict Between Local Governments and Locavores
- backyardchickens.com; City of Longmont Backyward Chicken Hen Permit
- Some articles on local food and energy: USDA Economic Research Service, Energy Use in the U.S. Food System; Stephen Budiansky, Math Lessons for Locavores; Wikipedia on Local Food
- Village of Euclid v. Ambler Realty Co.
- US PIRG, Transportation and the New Generation
- Nicole Stelle Garnett, Redeeming Transect Zoning?
- Tiebout Model
- Paula Franzese, Privatization and its Discontents: Common Interest Communities and the Rise of Government for the Nice
- St. Augustine Confessions, Book 2, Chapter 6 (“I stole those simply that I might steal, for, having stolen them, I threw them away. My sole gratification in them was my own sin, which I was pleased to enjoy; for, if any one of these pears entered my mouth, the only good flavor it had was my sin in eating it.”)
- Scott James on illegal pop-Up restaurants
- Eduardo M. Peñalver and Sonia Katyal, Property Outlaws
- Adverse Possession: trespassing until it’s yours
- Guerrilla bike lanes in Cleveland, New York, New York again, and Seattle, and everywhere
- Sarah Schindler, Banning Lawns