Greener Growth - Growing People and Communities
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Advice for a greener garden Having a day in the garden is one thing, but growing spaces need regular nurturing. It all depends on what you plant, of course! We work with disadvantaged communities to help them establish green areas where they can conserve nature, grow food and protect wildlife. There’s a lot of groundwork …

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So what is permaculture? You’ll see this word appearing around our website and you’ll often hear us talking about it: permaculture. But what is it exactly and why is it so important to us? Well according to the dictionary definition permaculture is the development of agricultural ecosystems intended to be sustainable and self-sufficient. But it’s …

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Going back to basics with prisoners We created courses for our beneficiaries as many of them haven’t had the opportunity to cook fresh food, let alone learn how to budget before. An essential part of our work with prisons is to support new food-growing projects, but it’s also important to teach the prisoners how to …

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Greener Growth Garden Makeovers: The method Our garden makeovers are different in that they offer excellent value, enhance biodiversity and are incredibly high yielding as far as produce is concerned, but also low maintenance! Seeing the potential Throughout the project we work with and emphasise the excellent principles of permaculture. But firstly we listen to what …

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Helping prison communities Our work doesn’t stop when we leave, we intend for it to have a lasting impact. For one group of people this rings particularly true. Through our work with prisons and their inmates we strive to help them not only on the prison grounds, but beyond. The benefits of horticulture are seen …

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