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Guerrilla gardening

Guerrilla gardening

Guerrilla gardeners grow flowers, trees or food on scraps of neglected or poorly-maintained land without permission.

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Gardenshare schemes – an alternative to allotments

Gardenshare schemes – an alternative to allotments

Gardenshare schemes pair up would-be growers with people who have land, but aren't using it. We discuss the pros and cons.

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Growing in a community farm or garden

Growing in a community farm or garden

Community farm or garden projects are run co-operatively instead of being divided into individually-managed plots.

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Growing in a back yard plot

Growing in a back yard plot

You don’t need to have a 'proper' vegetable garden to grow your own food - just access to light.

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Growing on an allotment

Growing on an allotment

Allotments are small plots of public land made available for individuals to use for growing their own food. We discuss the pros and cons.
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