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The main current projects are the TTB Wholefood Organic Food Coop and the Slade Gardens Permaculture Demonstration site.Â The coop organizes an order every couple of months and the Slade Gardens project is just getting off the ground as it has taken a long time to get a signed license for the use of the land.
Take a look at photos from the BLIP project (Bringing Land into Production) to see the kinds of things we’ve been doing.
We had a very interesting and informativeÂ ‘Focus on Food’ evening at the TTB Shared SpaceÂ evening last week.Â – one of the things we discussed was the need to look at what the priorities are when we have less volunteers and what special role can we can play when there are food projects popping up all over the place?
You can keep in touch and follow what it going on with one or more of these:
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Join Our On-line Forum – ‘Brixton Food & Growing Group’ on Project Dirt. Project Dirt describes itself as a ‘green social network’ and has green projects from all over London and some from further afield. It has a useful map showing all the projects and an events listing. If you join the group you can post comments and queries:
** *But please note that Project Dirt has changed its system recently and the information there is in the process of being reorganized***
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If you need access to material from our old site, it is archived here: http://www.transitiontownbrixton.org/2009/12/the-food-group-page/. This is also a good place to find out about past activities, such as the Future of Our Food events.
We also have a set of useful docs – ‘How To’s’, reports on sustainable food, meeting notes and so on below. (A box should open up showing folders of documents you can download – stored on www.box.com, a free site for sharing and collaboration)
(Page content reviewed 20/11/2012 by Penny Noy)