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kids food futures - growing food V lawns

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justice

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Patios and back and front lawns are practical, that said where does our food come from and why are we no longer using our outdoor spaces to self provide for our families?

We run a home education hub where we teach children how to develop a food growing space in their own back garden, with the help and support of their families 

 

We are yet to have a first delivery of wood chips to begin our mission in self sustainable food production- in a grassy garden in simonsbath Exmoor 

 

will you be our first drop off?

Handing over a lawn back to nature, food forest design, fruit trees circled by fruit bushes surrounded by brassicas, berries and herbs 

 

Ps 🍓🐝🍄💐thank you 

justice faith 

 

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