Orange trees in Berkeley, California. The remarkable absence of fallen fruit proves that public produce is prized in some communities. Photo by Darrin Nordahl.It's a strikingly elegant idea once you stop to think about it: Why not let the trees and plants that fill our public spaces feed our stomachs as well as our eyes and our lungs? In Public Produce: Cultivating Our Parks, Plazas, and Streets for Healthier Cities, now available as a completely revised and updated edition of his 2009 book, Darrin Nordahl explores how cities across the country are making fresh produce a public good. Filled with concrete examples, the book offers an upliftingly democratic take on urban agriculture.