Irvington organizations and Mundell collaborate in showing of environmental film: Better Bones & Gardens during the monthly Irvington Green Hour in Indianapolis.
The film is a short documentary about Dan Phillips, a trash architect, and Kipp Nash, an urban farmer. These two men are remake the common house and garden in wildly imaginative ways. Discarded cattle bones, wine corks, DVDs, and bottle caps are used as building materials for homes, while manicured grassy front yards are transformed into nutritious gardens. By following their passion for building and gardening, they help people save money and keep our planet a little cleaner.