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  • THE POACHERS GROW YOUR OWN VEGETABLES PROJECT

    As 2012 starts to get under way it’s time to start thinking about our gardens, by that I mean having a go at growing your own vegetables. A few of our friends have set us a challenge of turning an old over grown vegetable patch into a thriving sustainable source of healthy vegetables, this got us thinking.

    As more and more questions are being asked about where and how our food is being produced, along with food and energy bills increasing month on month, now may be the time to think about saving some money. Our food and grocery bills are one area where we can make that saving. Along with the added health benefits of getting out in the fresh air bringing families and communities together and introducing children and adults to the joys of mud (WHAT FUN!) and getting fit. Another bonus will be that you only harvest what you need, therefore saving money, cutting waste, and above all a sense of achievement when you harvest your tasty and healthy produce.

    This project is all about having a go and growing what you want, so get out there and enjoy.

    You can follow us on this long journey, and even join in at home. You do not need acres of land as we will try and show you how to utilise any small area, even if you only want to grow herbs in a little window box we will be covering everything.

    We have even encouraged a few local business people to give us a hand.

    You can email us photos of your very own vegetable plots, plus we will be blogging on a regular basis including photos and some amateur video so you can see our progress throughout the year.

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As 2012 starts to get under way it’s time to start thinking about our gardens, by that I mean having a go at growing your own vegetables. A few of our friends have set us a challenge of turning an old over grown vegetable patch into a thriving sustainable source of healthy vegetables, this got us thinking.

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