All growing food

Anything to do with growing food

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    Keveral Community of Growers

    Organic farm run on a community basis, also offering employment and housing to WOOFers. Running a veggie box scheme that covers South East Cornwall and Plymouth. Keveral owns the accolade of being the Soil Association’s oldest certified organic farm.

  • Deli Bazaar

    Super, friendly, local health food store offering a wide range of speciality produce, including a big range of organic and vegan options, and cruelty free organic toiletries.

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    Widdicombe’s Green Grocery and Cafe

    Championing local food, organically grown fruit and vegetables and offering a large range of vegan health foods and toiletries, Widdecombe’s is a well established asset to the community of Millbrook. Lots of systems in place for reducing plastics too, including loose spices and herbs etc.

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    Karensa Aval orchards

    Thirty eight acres of orchards, cob nut and walnut plantations, meadow land and lakes, all organically managed. The apples are all traditional Cornish varieties, and are pressed by Cornish Orchards for their Heritage Cider range.

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    Incredible Edible Helston

    Community project to transform urban spaces to grow food and increase biodiversity. Increasing our connection with the natural world, where our food comes from and each other. There are many co-benefits; Working outside with others can improve wellbeing and fitness; opportunities to learn new skills such as gardening, building containers Read more [...]

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    Helston Climate Action Group

    Helston Climate Action Group is a collaboration between Helston Town Council and members of the Helston community. It was formed to work with Helston Town Council to achieve its climate goals, set when it declared a climate emergency in March 2019. In September 2019 Helston Climate Action Group published their Read more [...]

  • Institute for Sustainable Food at the University of Sheffield

    Urban land could grow fruit and veg for 15 per cent of the population, research shows: see link below for the full article More information: Edmondson, J.L., Cunningham, H., Densley Tingley, D.O. et al. The hidden potential of urban horticulture. Nat Food 1, 155–159 (2020). doi.org/10.1038/s43016-020-0045-6 , www.nature.com/articles/s43016-020-0045-6