The health and well being of our community depends on our ability to source enough fresh and local food. This place is to discuss food growing, community gardens, foraging, preserving

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Location: Thames
Members: 25
Latest Activity: Mar 24, 2014

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Garden sharing, fruit left to rot, gardens becoming too much, while others struggle for enough space.... 8 Replies

Other communities have assisted people in putting their excess fruit to use and have even helped people who want to garden but don't have good space together with those, often elderly, who have a…Continue

Started by Rowan Campbell. Last reply by Odee Rose Apr 8, 2011.

Box Scheme/Community Supported Agriculture 3 Replies

Hi Folks,  We're holding our first meeting to design a box scheme as promised.  Tuesday, 7th September at 7PM, Nancy & Eric's house.  If you intend to come give us a call 868-9664.  At this…Continue

Started by Nancy Zwaan. Last reply by Ian Stewart Mar 17, 2011. Out Of Our Own Back Yard! Wow!!!

Check out this great site and join to tap into the greater locavore food movement this Ning is at once a fantastic space to exchange…Continue

Tags: local, locavore, food, Oooby

Started by Rowan Campbell Jun 3, 2010.

What areas other than road verges might be gardened or made into orchards around Thames? 6 Replies

Where might we start a garden in Thames, who should we approach to use the land and what organisation might be set up to look after it.....Continue

Tags: food, land, public, foraging, gardening

Started by Rowan Campbell. Last reply by Rowan Campbell May 10, 2010.


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