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Introduction to 'No dig' vegetable growing

Event Details

Introduction to 'No dig' vegetable growing

Time: June 6, 2015 from 2pm to 4pm
Location: The allotment is behind Harepark Terrace which is on the A39 in Alcombe
Website or Map: http://www.transitionminehead…
Phone: TMA 07802247761 / SCF text 07963465980
Event Type: taster, growing, session
Organized By: Transition Minehead and Alcombe
Latest Activity: May 14, 2015

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Event Description

A taster growing session at The Friends and Family Community Allotment, Alcombe. The plot is run by Transition Minehead and Alcombe on organic and Permaculture principles using various methods of crop protection and lots of mulch and compost.

This event is part of the Somerset Community Food Midsummer Open workshops - a chance to visit gardens, allotments and smallholdings and get inspired to grow and eat more local, healthy food:

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