At Castlehaven we have 2 acres of green space just off Camden high street and would love to transform it into a vibrant and loved park space that is rich in biodiversity and provides opportunities for the community to learn about gardening, food growing and environmental issues.
We will be doing this by running community gardening days, which will focus ...
We support community groups setting up food growing areas on community sites/gardens as well as local schools. Our support includes advice, practical help, training, educational sessions and being an on-going contact for volunteers.
Project Dirt is making it easier for your project to crowdfund on the site.
Want to crowdfund on your project page? Find out how here.
Crowdfunding allows the crowd to pledge on ideas they believe in. project owners have a set amount of days and a target amount, they then offer rewards in return for pledges to reach this goal ...
The Mayor of London's Pocket Parks initiative supports the delivery of 100 new or enhanced pocket parks across London by March 2015.
It is part of London's Great Outdoors programme.
Did you know that there are around 30 different species of worm in the UK? They help to protect our soil and our vegetables to grow, and form an important part of many other creatures' diet.
Join us on a family day and help us survey the GBY's worm population as we take part in Riverford's Big Worm ...
Interested in healthy eating? Growing your own vegetables, herbs or fruit? Want to get started?
Join us for a celebration of urban community food growing in Tower Hamlets in conjunction with the Spitalfields Summer Market.
No need to book, just turn up! Everyone is welcome!
When: Sunday 24th August 2014, 12.00pm – 5.00pm
Where: Spitalfields City Farm, Buxton ...
We had hundreds of great applications for this year’s Grassroots Giving Scheme and we've finally shortlisted 304 amazing groups.
We've loved reading all the inspiring stories and hearing about the fantastic work taking place in communities throughout the country. Voting starts on Monday 1st September so please spread the word and show support by voting.
To see ...
is a partnership campaign led by the Mayor to protect the capital's
trees and encourage individual Londoners, businesses and organisations
to plant more trees. The Mayor also wants to protect London's woodlands
and associated wildlife and make London a greener, more attractive city.
Applications for grant funding
The next round of the Mayor of London’s ...
In response to our government’s blinkered race for fracking, while snubbing the latest public opinion polls (74% against fracking under people’s homes without their permission, and 80% in favour of renewable energy), we wanted to visually capture how people FEEL about fracking – since their thoughts don’t seem to count.
And who can dispute one’s feelings?