After seeing so many people struggling to work in order to buy good food, which is more expensive than chemical laden foods, why not grow your own? Many skills are meant to be passed down from generation to generation but we are so busy trying to stabilise a financial future for our children that we are losing basic skills. Skills such as farming organically. So why not come and learn, bring the children and the elder generation and let's get back to traditional ways. We will host workshops, seek volunteers and have physical days of constant learning about natural plant feeds, aquaponics, the one-straw revolution, permaculture, organic composting and even underground farming (Walipini). All methods that will help sustain the earth and it's soil so that we stop depleting it of nutrients and vitamins for our future generation. Let's start today, making the world a better place for our future.
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Why it's a great idea:
In one swift generation, we all turned to chemical agriculture. This has taken away the basic skills and knowledge of natural farming. With all of the unused land in and around the UK, there is plenty of space and opportunities for us to all start to learn those skills again. Working with each other to share knowledge and skills, we will become a team. A team with similar goals of eating healthily, organically and without the worry of money. With us all contributing our spare time, we can harvest enough to feed a small community. Having use of land which is open to us all saves the cost of re-doing our paved gardens, paying for allotment spaces and even those who live in flats and apartments will have equal opportunities to learn. There will be no age limit, no abilities limit and no location limits on who can come and when. We will host school day-trips so younger generations can come, as well as invite those in residential care to become more active.
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