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Type ‘Brexit and food security’ into a search engine and you’ll come up with a slew of articles warning about significantly higher food prices, crops not being harvested because there isn’t the labour to undertake the task and last but by no means least, the distinct possibility of food production standards being lowered. 750 more words

Neighbourhood Resilience

The Botanic Spine : A Greenway and CPUL for Dublin (eco)city

Architectural thesis: CATALYST @ Botanic Spine, Dublin, Ireland 2005

Greening the city. Connecting communities

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Vision: To create the botanic spine, an 18km orbital eco corridor/ greenway for dublin city. 1,072 more words

Cities

Healthy Germs for Kids

Microbes have been living on Earth for 3.7 billion years and perform such vital services that all other creatures on Earth would die without them. Microbes are in the air, the soil, the food, as well as in the human body, especially the skin and intestines. 269 more words

Parents

Laidley Community Garden

Growing, selecting, preparing and eating food happens every day for the people of our lucky country Australia. Here in Australia’s salad bowl we have many choices for growing and buying food. 332 more words

LuvyaLockyer

Building community through gardening

Gardens can be as diverse and creative as you are. Some people plant rain gardens to help filter stormwater runoff. Other gardens are planted to benefit specific wildlife, such as butterflies or bees. 523 more words

Kids feed Root Systems

Kids that grow organic veggie gardens can become good stewards of the land, growing their own independence and self sufficiency. The soil is alive! Every cubic inch of healthy soil is a miniature world of beneficial living organisms that feed all living things on our planet. 254 more words

Parents

Get digging!

Type ‘Brexit and food security’ into a search engine and you’ll come up with a slew of articles warning about significantly higher food prices, crops not being harvested because there isn’t the labour to undertake the task and last but by no means least, the distinct possibility of food production standards being lowered. 750 more words

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