More than 30 people came together for the Community Growers Gathering that took place on Saturday 19th October 2013, three days after World Food Day.
People traveled from across the South West to participate in the day.
Participants introduced themselves then shared their access to land stories and queries with Jade Bashford from the Community Land Advisory Service.
Nicole Vosper from Incredible Edible Somerset then facilitated a…Continue
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With Oliver Dowding & Prof Mick Fuller
Chaired by Prof John Bryant
Will GM feed the world?
TUESDAY 29th OCTOBER 8.00 pm
NORTH CURRY VILLAGE HALL…Continue
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The Federation of City Farms & Community Gardens (FCFCG) is holding a specialist ‘Setting up a Community…Continue
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Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th September 2013 saw the second Incredible Edible Somerset Open Gardens weekend. More than 22 workshops took place involving over 190 people across every district of Somerset, while…Continue
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The Resilience Garden Open Day September 2013
The Resilience Garden project develops ordinary gardens to provide an emergency supply of fresh food for the immediate neighbourhood. A significant amount of home grown food for the householder all year round is a useful side effect.
This garden, in Coxley, was built using reclaimed materials, at very little cost. A raised bed system is used as the local soil is a heavy clay, difficult to raise vegetables on. The growing…Continue
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Check out these amazing pictures from Glastonbury Harvest Show 2013. All were kindly taken by Ingrid Crawford.
To find out more about this delightful community event visit: http://glastonburyharvestshow.wordpress.com…
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Over 80 people attended Good Food For Everyone Forever - an evening of Speakers and Local Food Feast that took place on Friday 13th September 2013.
People from across Somerset and the South West brought food to share, including soups and stuffed marrows, local chutnies, home grown salad and more. Everyone ate together while listening to speakers.
Nicole Vosper started the evening by talking…Continue
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Saturday 19th October 2013 10am - 4pm Taunton
A FREE networking event for community gardens & local food projects in the South West
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