Following on from our salad bag idea, we put in an application to the Haringey Council 40:20 fund to t
In two recent trips to Woodberry Wildlife Garden, in Winter 2015, volunteers from Edible Landscapes London have helped create a new planting scheme.
Our plants are now so productive we think we could provide leaves for salad bags.
What has climate change got to do with my cup of tea? (self assessment from before the project) Eating fruit, making willow dens and end of project celebration...
This summer we worked with children from Skinners Academy once again over 7 sessions. During this time we:
It started off with the aspiration to build one huge clay lined pond. So we had to clear away the topsoil and put it to one side before excavating clay. Lots of clay.
Blog by Rob Hopkins, founder of the Transition Towns movement, posted here and
For our shared lunches Richard (AKA the Offgrid Chef) has been regularly bringing in cooked up delights which he cooks outside at his allotment in Wood Green.
What a strange winter.
The following piece was published on Transition Culture and on Transition Network,
I went to visit Plants for a Future (PFAF) last weekend, which ended up pulling together quite a few threads for me.