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Cranbrook Seedbox

A micro-commission for Spacex in Cranbrook (a new town built on the edge of Exeter). I created a Seedbox working with Incredible Edible Cranbrook and the Cranbrook Potluck. The seeds have come from around Cranbrook and have been shared from further afield to start off this ‘new’ growing community by linking it to existing seed saving and growing networks in the region and creating a resource to be shared as a practical resource, at events & for learning and education. Seeds in the Seedbox include edible plants and plants for wildife and pollinators.  In 2018, Seedbox will be housed in the new Learning Centre in Cranbook Country Park. Get in touch with Cranbrook Potluck on facebook if you would like any seeds or to find out more.

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Art of Invitation, FLOW & A Field of Wheat

Teaching another short course The Art of Invitation at Schumacher College in February next year with Lucy Neal and Ruth Ben-Tovim in partnership with the Ecological Design MA  (more course info here) and speaking at RAMM, Exeter as part of EXE conference, on the FLOW project on 10 November. Also, In Manchester presenting on A Field of Wheat as part of Littoral Arts Hyper Rural Symposium on 22 November.

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Running with Trees

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Orchard Box

After a great summer interrailing in Europe with my family, happy to be back working on the Orchard Box, a collaboration with Amy Shelton (Honeyscribe). You will be able to see what is in the box next Saturday and Sunday (2+3 Sept) at St Thomas Festival in Exeter as part of the FLOW River Orchard project. Also doing another Running with Trees event on 13 September starting at 6pm. Contact me for details of where to meet.

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Thats not a Fantail its a Snout!

Some pics of Summer event at Fruit Route & launch of the 5 years of Fruit Routes a book celebrating the project. More info on the FR blog. Contact me if you would like a copy.

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Running with Trees

Learning about trees, breathing, each other and our climate at part of FLOW, Riverside Valley Park, Exeter. A 3.5km run suitable for beginner/intermediate runners. Next run is on 13 September at 6pm. Get in touch for more details