This project page is dedicated to the Top Blogger award winners, our most popular and active bloggers on Project Dirt.
Check out the latest Top Blogger award winners here.
These awards are handed out every 3 months so if you want to be a Top Blogger, you can find out how you can boost your chances of claiming a badge...
The Friends of the Parkland Walk will be cutting back and rooting out bramble on one of the few open grassland areas of the Parkland Walk. Over the years, habitats have become poorer due to dominance of tree cover and bramble and we are concentrating on this area each winter over 5 years to improve opportunities for a...
At The CommuniTree Initiative we believe that people grow healthier, wiser and more content when they feel part of a strong community and realise their deep connection with nature. Through the provision of high quality Outdoor Education we focus on creating opportunities for people of all ages to reconnect with themselves, each other and the natural world.
Applying the theory...
Welcome to the Carbon Reduction Cluster!
This page brings together projects, events and other information from across Project Dirt related to Carbon Reduction.
Welcome to the Hackney cluster! This page brings together community action taking place across the borough.
Want to spend time in nature, volunteer and learn cooking and food growing skills?
Join Wildlife Gym - Grow, Cook, Eat, Meet in Deptford.
Connect with people and nature and get active at Wildlife Gym.Develop new skills and knowledge about wildlife conservation, food growing and healthy cooking. Improve your health and wellbeing by joining in with gardening cooking activities, eating...
Project Soup is a fundraising supper event held at the Hugh Cubitt Centre.
Local projects put forward their ideas to a community audience, everyone enjoys a bowl of soup, before the attendees vote for their favourite project. The project with the most votes takes home the money raised on the night.
The first one took place in December last year...
We are developing a food buying group at Centre of the
Earth and would like to invite potential members and suppliers (groups
or individual growers/producers) to come along to chat about how this
We want to create a system that will provide clean, ethical, reasonably priced food / houshold sundries/ bodycare products and support local producers with the...
Kings Cross saw its first Project Soup on December 16th 2015, a community fundraising dinner celebrating and supporting local projects, inspired by the internationally practised Detroit Soup concept.
An audience of 40 community members and practitioners arrived at the Hugh Cubitt Centre for a jam-packed evening of project ideas, discussion and generous servings of soup. 4 projects put forward their...
Congratulations are in order to our first PD Top Bloggers, a title awarded to the most popular and active bloggers of 2015. You can read more about them and their projects from the links below.
If you want to get your hands on a Top Blogger badge, you can find out more about the process here.
This year we're running a new Instagram campaign to help promote our fantastic community projects called #diggingthedirt. Every Monday we'll choose our favourite update from grassroots projects across the land, who've been hard at work over the week, and share it with our network.
Getting involved is simple; just follow us on Instagram @project_dirt and include #diggingthedirt...