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Food & Growing
You will also find our projects under the ‘Projects’ category. If you need access to material from our old site, it is archived here: http://www.transitiontownbrixton.org/2009/12/the-food-group-page/.
By Michel Thill on August 2, 2016
Social Landscapes is a Lambeth-based Social Enterprise with the vision of generating urban cultures in which people and planet prosper. We do this through Permaculture Design Training, Community Engagement and Participatory Design as well as Placemaking and Green Space Managament. We are now recruiting a Maintenance Gardener. See the advert from their webpage below:
We’re Recruiting [...]
By Duncan on July 21, 2016
On Monday 11 July, TTB REconomy Project gathered 7 local food-growing enterprises at the weekly Open Project Night to build connections to get them REALLY GROWING. Watch this short film of what happened.
Six of the enterprises (see below) presented for 5 minutes each on what is happening, what is planned and what they NEED to [...]
By Michel Thill on January 14, 2016
Social Landscapes is running another full 72-hour Permaculture Design Course this year. The course is accredited by the UK Permaculture Association and puts special emphasis on the use of Permaculture in the urban context: small scale food growing, retrofitting of houses, water in the home, working in groups, livelihood and transition, while not ignoring other [...]
By Duncan Law on March 21, 2014
TTB started in 2007, ‘Unleashed’ in 2008 and became a Community Interest Company with 6 directors in 2010. Some have now moved away or retired due to other commitments.
We are looking for skilled local people who are committed to helping TTB remain at the cutting edge of transitioning together towards a better future. If you are interested [...]
By Penny Noy on February 27, 2014
A new Transition Training course has been developed applying Permaculture ethics and principles to starting and developing Transition initiatives and projects.
Designed to help initiatives to be more effective and resilient, the course is to be piloted later this year.
The organizers have asked individual Transition Town projects to find out how many people would be interested [...]