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Mini community garden in Watchet

Started by charles birch. Last reply by Mrs Susan Calvo Oct 12, 2016. 1 Reply

On the 14th. of march we set up a very small veg. bed. see U tube" admirals corner incredidible edible"on the17th. of June we harvested the potatoes. they were first 'Earlies' and made just over 21…Continue

job opportuntiy

Started by Alison Hayward. Last reply by Alison Hayward May 30, 2015. 1 Reply

South somerset Mind (Yeovil) is looking for a horticultural therapist for the Vanessa project.The role is paid for 6 hours a week at £10 per hour.  Please phone Gill on 01935 474875 for further…Continue

Tags: therapy, horticultural, work, job

Surplus Produce

Started by David Croxton. Last reply by Caroline Lewis Sep 25, 2014. 10 Replies

As part of our InQEDible Edible Project, and as a member of the Incredible Edible Network, we are not only looking to grow crops on spare land in our local communities, but also to persuade our local…Continue

Tags: gardens, fruit, community, Quantocks, poverty

Meeting and Open day at The Ivythorn Project

Started by Karen Chard May 17, 2014. 0 Replies

We are holding a meeting on Thursday 22 May for anyone interested in joining the project 7-8pm at 29 Ivythorn Road, Street.  On Saturday we are going to have an informal open day where people can…Continue

January 2012 Blog Posts (8)

Incredible Edible Todmorden on Songs of Praise!

Songs of Praise features an Incredible Edible plea for churches up and down the country to get involved with food production http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00n3nvl

Added by Linda Hull on January 24, 2012 at 15:01 — No Comments

New Funding Opportunity for Allotments

The Allotments Regeneration Initiative – travel bursaries for groups involved in regenerating allotment sites



Travel bursaries are available for groups of people in the UK involved in regenerating allotments to enable them to visit other allotment sites to learn good practise. Advice and support is also available at a local level from mentors.



An award of up to £300 for up to six people to visit a specified allotment site is…

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Added by Nicole Vosper on January 24, 2012 at 13:25 — No Comments

Glastonbury FM features Incredible Edible Somerset

Yesterday I was invited to talk to Allan Trinder at Glastonbury FM to talk about access to land in Somerset. You can hear it here now:

http://www.glastonburyfm.co.uk/Interview-%20Linda%20Hull%20(Plus%20Music).mp3

Added by Linda Hull on January 20, 2012 at 15:16 — No Comments

Mary Clear on Incredible Edible Todmorden

For those of you considering new food growing projects this coming year, check this out:

http://newoptimists.com/2011/12/07/mary-clear-on-todmordens-incredible-edible/

Added by Linda Hull on January 20, 2012 at 14:28 — No Comments

Community Garden Volunteers welcome at Bishops Palace

A new garden is being planned at The Bishop’s Palace and needs a team of enthusiastic, green-fingered volunteers to drive it forward and make it a hub of community activity in Wells.

Located adjacent to the City allotments the Community Garden will be an area where…

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Added by Somerset Community Food on January 16, 2012 at 11:53 — No Comments

Greeks reclaim the land to ease the pain of economic austerity

An interesting article about Greece:

A group of community-minded gardeners have turned a former Athens airport into a blooming vegetable plot, showing how Greece's eroded soil holds the keys to a revival in farming and a way to buck the jobless trend



'If we want to survive on this land we must first help to heal the earth,' said Nicola Netién, agro-ecologist, teacher and co-creator of the NGO Permaculture Research Institute Hellas.…

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Added by Somerset Community Food on January 16, 2012 at 11:34 — No Comments

What it looks like when food grows everywhere

http://transitionculture.org/2012/01/13/what-it-looks-like-when-food-grows-everywhere/

Check out this blog post about Incredible Edible Guildford, circa. 1739!

Added by Somerset Community Food on January 16, 2012 at 10:15 — No Comments

Incredible Edible Mendip

Incredible Edible Mendip!

 

As Winter recedes, attention is turning to the Spring and to all things that grow. One thing that seems to be growing fast in Mendip is community interest in finding more land to grow food on.

 

“People want to grow food for a wide range of reasons. Some want to be more physically active or save money as food prices rise, others delight in the superior taste and freshness of home grown produce. For those without gardens, it’s a way to…

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Added by Linda Hull on January 9, 2012 at 14:09 — No Comments

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