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The Greenhouse Is Done - But You Don’t Really Need One

Our greenhouse is finished. Well, except for painting the trim. The plants that have been in there so far this summer are growing somewhat faster than those outside, but I feel this is likely due to transplant shock of those that were put out. 670 more words

Growing Your Own Food

182. Happy Fourth of July 2017 Green Future Growers!

Happy Fourth Of July 2017 Green Future Growers!

I have to encourage all of you to listen or watch Amy Goodman on Democracy Now! this morning! 407 more words


SiT Community Allotment Taster Days Sun 09/07/2017 10-14 presented by Southend in Transition

Southend in Transition Community Allotment
(entrance to allotments off Hamstel Road – Garon’s end – opposite fish and chips Plaice to Be)

Where you can learn how to grow food, look after your garden, take fresh produce home, meet new people over a shared meal and exchange ideas on how to help the community thrive. 194 more words

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Here's your chance to find out what Southend In Transition Community Allotment do - if you're interested in growing your own food as an individual or as a neighbourhood project, there's a lot you can learn from SiTCA...

Operation Food 2017 Update

So… it’s been awhile.  Operation Food is still underway, and has made much progress.  Since I last wrote we have tilled, manured, planted, and set up a watering system for the gardens.  1,871 more words

Mixing Edibility With Elegance

Suburbia is used to perfectly tailored gardens with a nice row of cut evergreens, uniform lawns, and vibrant flowers with colored mulch.  So it’s a given that many “Suburbanites” aren’t so fond of growing food in the context of permaculture and forest gardening.  1,006 more words

A Truly Innovative Community Garden

I am just a wee bit giddy about my little garden.  It has been a LONG time since I have grown anything I could potentially eat.   391 more words

Saving Oregano

We have two oregano beds that survived the winter. This plant is interesting because it is obviously not native to this region, yet is survives our ridiculously difficult winters. 360 more words

Growing Your Own Food