East Anglia Community Supported Agriculture meeting

Tom sorting out the essential business of getting the tea made in a low carbon way using last year's sunflower stalks

We hosted a regional meeting of CSAs organised by The Soil Association this afternoon. People came from

 

  • Bungay Community Bees
  • Diss Community Farm
  • Transition Cambridge OnionShare
  • Norwich Farm Share
  • Oak Tree Low Carbon Farm CSA
  • Wakelyns Potato Club

 

Organised by Kirstin Glendinning from the Soil Association

People from community supported agriculture project in East Anglia

View over the potato bed

Joanne on the benefits of comfreyBocking 14

The Herb Garden

Eric Nelson describing the principles underlying the Forest Garden

Tom and Kirsty from the Oak Tree CSA leaving at the end of the day in Low Carbon style

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