Edinburgh Tool Library is the UK’s first tool library, promoting sharing as a way of reducing our environmental impact.
We lend our members tools for DIY, gardening, decorating and machine repair, so that they don’t need to own them. Not only does this collaborative approach make sense environmentally, it also helps our members financially.
Wild About Gardens Week (WAGW) is back - and this year we're focusing on what you can do to encourage hedgehogs into your garden!
Visit the website to download information, ideas and advice. You can also find events taking place in your area
If you'd like to organise your own WAGW event, please add it to the website!
Welcome to the Food Cluster!
This page brings together projects, events and other information from across Project Dirt related to Food.
Welcome to the Priory Shopping Centre's page on Project Dirt. Here you can see the latest activity taking place including the local projects we support, latest events and also grant funding.
A nature connection and bushcraft course
~ Sensory exploration
~ Outdoor living skills
~ Fire play
~ Self nurture through nature
Wild Time Weekend is a chance for you to check-out from the internet and check-in with yourself and the natural world that sustains us. Light the fire that will keep you warm; spot stars and share stories; we will cast off modern compulsions...
A meeting of storytellers and astronomers for all the family Over 10 events. Highlights include:
Kids – Make your own rocket that will really fly. With Paul Neaves from Keighley Astronomical Society.
Adults – Join a talk on the history of astronomy from the astrolabe to the Hubble Space Telescope.
Families – Observe the sun and the stars with special telescopes. Everyone will...
The Introduction to Permaculture is a weekend course giving you an overview of permaculture, its key design tools and some practical applications. After this course, you will be ready to get started in permaculture!
We will cover:
You can now invest in South East London's first community energy share offer. South East London Community Energy (SELCE) volunteers have invested over 4,000 hours to bring you the opportunity to invest in creating clean energy on schools and eliminating fuel poverty.
We are raising £250,000 to install solar panels on Ashmead and Horniman Schools in Lewisham...
We had so many brilliant entries for Camden in Bloom this year; judges had a fantastic summer travelling all over the borough visiting community projects, businesses balconies, environmental projects and individual gardens (a new category for this year!) and were amazed by the creativity, passion and hard work that went into all of the entries.
This year’s business and...
At Mishcon, we have been carbon neutral for over seven years. In 2014 we set up our own Mishcon Green Fund, enabling us to invest the amount we would normally spend off-setting in supporting local and UK environmental and social projects.
We are determined to build on this commitment and continue to support local grass roots environmental projects. That’s...