Urban growers from across London came together to share ideas on how food growing can promote good mental health, and learn about social prescribing...
Around 35 budding young growers from nine schools took part in Capital Growth’s School Marketplace at City Hall on 13th July 2018. The event...
Saturday 22 April saw 41 edible gardens from 22 London Boroughs participating in the Big Dig, Capital Growth’s London-wide community growing...
Jim Sikorski has been an NHS doctor for 38 years, and is one of the cofounders of Sydenham Garden, as well as a keen gardener. Ahead of Capital...
Urban growers from across Capital Growth’s network came together earlier this month, to share ideas and kick start the growing season at an...
New research estimates that 100-180 million tonnes of food could be grown each year in urban areas. This could make up 10% of the global output of...
Capital Growth’s third annual Roots to Work conference celebrated five enterprising growers who pitched their ideas to...
Capital Growth and Growing Communities have launched a new guide to growing to sell at the third annual Roots to Work conference, held on 23 November...
The Urban Farming Toolkit is a practical guide to help prospective growers establish and run a successful growing site that generates an income.
The Good Food for London league table published by London Food Link last week, showed councils are continuing to support food growing across the...
Capital Growth’s 8th autumn open day took place on Saturday 16 September at 27 flourishing community food gardens across London.
On Saturday 16 September community food growing gardens across the capital will take part in The Urban Harvest, a day to give Londoners a taste of...
On 22 April, 48 school and community gardens across London welcomed volunteers for a great day outdoors. From pocket gardens in Islington, to a...
On Saturday 22 April London’s community food gardens will be hosting a day of activities and giving people the chance to learn how to grow...
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