I love community gardens. They are such fabulous places for so many reasons - socially, environmentally and personally.
Here's a lovely article "Community Gardens - Valuing Shared Spaces" just published in Natural Artisan Magazine. It includes an interview with me about the wonderfully positive impact these shared gardens bring to communities and those involved.
Grab a cuppa and enjoy ....
If you scroll to pages 14-17 on the magazine below, or click this link to see the four-page article. https://issuu.com/thenaturalartisan/docs/the_natural_artisan_-_winter_2016/14
|Speaking at the Northey Street City Farm Winter Solstice Fair Food Forum last weekend - with Emma Brindal, Dick Copeman and Thor Svenson. The gardens were just thriving with people, music, great food and such a fabulous eco-community vibe.|
I will definitely be including an exploration of community garden design and development in our Permaculture Design Course coming up from August 29 - September 9. I hope you can join us.
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