Each month as part of the GROW theme we suggest some articles and videos we think will interest, entertain and inform. This month’s theme is ‘Bedding Down’. Chris from Permaculture Association has given us some great ideas on bedding down in winter including things to do inside in the
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Hi everyone and anyone! If you are interested in the ambitions of the GROW Observatory then we have something in common. I've been growing on a small family scale for 25 years now, encouraging as much self sustainability as possible while travelling with my family through Europe and America
Hi, we have had a tiny school garden for ten years with minimal interest from pupils. However, this year, a few very enthusiastic children started to come along and within 8 months they now have a working garden. We have raised beds for veggies, flower and shrub areas, and pathways.
I'm a parent and i'm coordinating a project that takes place in a school in Lisbon, Portugal. It's called Projeto Horta Urbana em Ambiente Escolar (PHUAE) or urban vegetable garden project in a school environment. More info available in portuguese at https://sites.google.com/site/apeeproflindleycintraeb23/anu/projetohortaurbanaemambienteescolar The aim is to grow food with the help of volunteers
Hello I have a acuaponic urban garden, dose we apply to this proyect? Saludos! Ch
This year we’re doing our second winter gathering in the forestgarden! Housing is in heated rooms to be on the safe side. Near to winter solstice we’re probably getting up in the dark and at half past 4 it’s dark again. The time in between we’re gonna spend (besides having
in the mulching experiment august and october are mentioned. Now is almost october, is starting the experiment still possible?
Chris Herden here from Australia. I am a biological ag scientist, teacher, researcher interested in participating in your project. Help please. CH
Living Soil is the GROW Observatory monthly theme for August. Each month, GROW looks at a topic or theme related to our project goals. This becomes our monthly theme, and we develop blogs, activities, and other content to share with you. We also look to other content creators who have interesting
GROW Observatory has been giving you lots of information about the soil beneath your feet this month to keep you keep mindful of what we need to GROW soil in this key growing season: through our newsletter (straight to your email box and available on the website), in the informative