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Green Loop Project

Photo credit: Green Loop Project, Bournemouth University

Photo credit: Green Loop Project, Bournemouth University

The Green Loop Project is a social enterprise run by the Campus Collective, a collective of environmentally minded students at Bournemouth University. The students look after a growing space, learn how to grow their own food according to permaculture principles, and have recently placed a polytunnel where they propagate plants for nearby community gardens as well as for planting on campus.

The Green Loop Project have some great plans for the year ahead - we're particularly excited about the development of a rainwater collection system for polytunnel irrigation, and new wormeries to help improve soil health. 

Learn more about what the Green Loop Project are doing in this video, have a look at their website and follow them on Facebook for more regular updates. 

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