Monthly Archives: February 2016

Permaculture plants: A Multi beneficial community enterprise

For the last month or so we have been busy sowing a variety of seedsand taking dozens of cuttings from fruit bushes, some of these grown resources for our up and coming community food growing projects at different locations around … Continue reading

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We shouldn’t have to do this!

So here we are in 2016 in a modern capitalist democracy, where over a million people and counting have accessed foodbanks, these foodbanks have been a lifeline and something that have no doubt staved off the inevitable malnutrition and illness … Continue reading

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Willow Hey project: grow and cook workshops

After a year of hard work making the Willow Hey site usable after almost a decade of neglect, we are now open and delivering workshops and sessions. Today’s session was split into two, Women from the local Cawdor Estate sowed … Continue reading

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Willow Hey project update

Site almost ready – We have spent the last year and a few months clearing the Willow Hey site of its dense jungle of marsh grasses, we made dozens of raised beds from old fencing from a local council estate, … Continue reading

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