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    incredible edible

    this is not new but i feel it does need sharing for those who have not seen it.
    people coming together to grow there own food.

    https://vimeo.com/36838823


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    they are copying us..but that's alright..

    we also got a plot - a strip of good soil within queeen's park itself.

    there are just SO many apple, pear and damson fruit trees in this area..rather than throw away the surplus people leave them out in easy to carry crates for whoever..if they are unable to harvest, that's when our local coop gets in..we'll harvest.

    check this (tho this is just a little show off, to say the residents do mean business):


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    Todmorden incredible edibles exists for many years and as far as I know they are pioneers in the UK with this initiative. A friend of mine recently told me that this movement is growing across Northwest England and as Elbie showed it is around her area too. This is awesome, people want to change and they are making it happen.

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    Quote Originally posted by Altaira View Post
    Todmorden incredible edibles exists for many years and as far as I know they are pioneers in the UK with this initiative. A friend of mine recently told me that this movement is growing across Northwest England and as Elbie showed it is around her area too. This is awesome, people want to change and they are making it happen.
    never heard of todmorden before.

    our website http://ttkensaltokilburn.ning.com/

    we even have our local bee hive keepers..
    Last edited by Elbie, 16th February 2015 at 13:24.

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