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Below you will see any posts that have been made on this site for the Bringing Land into Production (BLIP) project. BLIP is an umbrella project and has helped and continues to help bring sites into a productive state and support community involvement.
It has its main page here:
By Penny Noy on November 20, 2012
This is the archive of the Bringing Land into Production project, ‘BLIP’ for short, from September 2010 to March 2011. What a transformation in just a short space of time! Many thanks to so many volunteers who have given their time so generously.
As some of you may know, we were not able to continue with [...]
By Duncan Law on November 28, 2011
TTB Family Group gathered to plant broad beans, share lunch and discuss the future.
By Duncan Law on November 22, 2011
Plant broad beans in the TTB growing space (see above) (11-12.30, bring warmth)
BYO picnic food to share (12.30 – 1.30 lunch)
If you have a trowel or small fork that would be helpful. Indoor shoes too so we don’t bring the mud inside.
All ages welcome. Bring friends. Bring ideas. Bring food to share.
Tea, coffee, yummy cake [...]
Posted in Education, Events, Food & Growing, Get Involved, Getting into Growing, Heart & Soul, News, Noticeboard, Permaculture, Press & Publicity, Slade Gardens, Transition Centre, TTB Family Group news, Uncategorized, Volunteer with us
By Mike Noy on July 28, 2011
Forest gardening workshop, with Kevin Mascarenhas and Rakesh Rootsman
30th and 31st July
Brockwell Park greenhouses, Brockwell Park, Herne Hill, Brixton.
The course will start by discussing what forest gardens are, why they
are relevant to urban dwellers and how they can help resolve many of
the food, water and biodiversity issues our towns and cities are
By the end [...]
By Mike Noy on July 22, 2011
Volunteers are moving a Â Walter Segal self build office building to the Stockwell Oasis site. Â They are running behindÂ scheduleÂ and could really use some help tomorrow at 10.00 at the OasisÂ playgroundÂ site on the corner between Larkhall Lane and Studley St.
In case you don’t know Walter Segal, he designed timber self build houses, which are so simple [...]