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No Fixed Abode

Just off busy Boulevard Magenta there’s a peaceful garden with flowers, herbs, veg patches, a pyramid and a dragon……

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Growing your own food

On the estates we operate on in Basildon, one of our key aims is to encourage residents to start growing their own food. If you have access to a garden, once you can secure tools, seeds and help if needed, you can make a start. 480 more words


Community gardening this Sunday (24.4)

Community gardening and planting will be taking place at Nursery Gardens this Sunday (24.4) starting at 2.30pm. This is a chance for Nursery Garden residents to start growing their own food, to brighten the estate up a bit and to meet, talk and plan for the future. 55 more words



Another great photo from St.Anns allotments, courtesy of Nic Cairns

These are tadpoles of the Common Frog (Rana temporaria), photographed massing in a warm part of a pond at… 32 more words


"Our City is Growing!": BGR’s Partner, Keep Growing Detroit

The following is the annual report sent to BGR by its partner, Keep Growing Detroit. Thanks to Ashley Atkinson, director of KGD, for providing the report. 591 more words

Bhikkhu Bodhi

Downstairs Kitchen

Help support our friends at the Down Stairs Kitchen, Thursday April 21, 2016, 76 Macaulay Street starting at 6:00 p.m. Topic: Gardening in Small Spaces. 14 more words

Food & Cooking

Earth Day 2016

By growing an organic container veggie garden, kids can celebrate Earth Day all year long. When kids in cities plant organic roof, patio, balcony, and community edible gardens, they can improve their local air, water, environment, and health. 252 more words