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Eleanor Church, Saturday, 27 March 2010 14:47
From the seed planting at the memorial garden..http://uwac.anewfuckingwilderness.com/projects/everbloom-pocket-city-pollination/stoke-newington-transition-group/
Jamie, Sunday, 21 March 2010 16:36
I've put a post up in the forum to chart my balcony growing experiment.
Jamie, Tuesday, 23 February 2010 18:58
Hi Eleanor Sorry I didn't make it down on Monday. How'd it go? J
Eleanor Church, Friday, 19 February 2010 11:39
FOOD GROUP MEETING ON MONDAY AT 7.30PM AT THE BIRDCAGE! please let me know if you would like to discuss anything in particular. I can then make a list of things to be discussed.
Nick Furrow, Friday, 19 February 2010 11:09
London Orchard Project In response to an email invitation sent by Ken (transition hackney) to the ttsn food group, I went to a meeting about the London Orchard Project at the Pembury Tavern last week. Their goal is to find space in Hackney to plant small orchards of fruit trees, which they would help train community groups to maintain. They also want to locate existing fruit trees and harvest the fruit. The concept is simple and appealing, and they have some very good plans underway and an exciting funding model to sustain the project. I'll be happy to give more info to anyone interested in getting involved. In particular anyone who knows of possible orchard sites or community groups who might partner with them to maintain a local orchard should contact Carina at email@example.com. Stoke Newington seems a particularly strong neighbourhood to try this in. Find out more at: http://thelondonorchardproject.org/
Christopher Fraser, Monday, 08 February 2010 23:49
Capital Growth: Launch of new small grants for growing projects We are delighted to announce that a new round of small grants is now available for London community food growing projects. Apply NOW for London-wide grants of £200-£1,500 to help with capital costs. We also have grants available in Islington of £200-£3,000 as part of the Islington council’s Edible Islington programme and revenue grants of around £1,000 available to community food growing projects in East London. Go to http://dmtrk.co.uk/8UC-3GTN-1E2XPZ-1YO6N-0/c.aspx ( http://dmtrk.co.uk/8UC-3GTN-1E2XPZ-1YO6N-0/c.aspx ) for more information and to complete the relevant application form. http://www.capitalgrowth.org/apply/london_wide_grants/ Applications close 1st of March. Minimum area 5 M^2. You need to supply a reference from someone who has known the organisation for at least two years, which might be tricky. Anyone know of any rooftop spaces in Stokey, such as the Food From The Sky people are using: http://foodfromthesky.ning.com/profiles/blogs/we-are-starting-with-our-pilot