The Edible Border Project
, supported by Friends of French Weir in French Weir Park, is an ongoing projectthat is run by a very informal local group who are trying tocreate an edible border for public use that will meanproduce is for everyone to harvest. Information about theborder & how to get involved can be found on thenoticeboard in French Weir. The group welcomes anyoneto get involved. FFI:firstname.lastname@example.org
Taunton's Living Landscape
is aninitiative launched by Somerset WildlifeTrust to link up habitats so that wildlifecan move, thrive and survive. Theyare working to restore, recreate andreconnect habitats across Somerset,to make sure wildlife is resilient toincreasing pressures in the future.There will be opportunities to plant fruittrees and other species. To get involved, FFI:email@example.com
across the district also have growing projects. If they don’t perhaps you can support them to start one?
Norton fitzwarren (CE) Primary School
have appliedfor funding to launch a 'Cooking for Change' Project.They want to create a community kitchen within theschool to provide hot meals 2 times a day for the childrenand staff and also to teach the parents and the localcommunity at large how to source, prepare and cooknutritious meals.
Get active for Community Food...
Are you passionate about everyone having access tolocal, sustainably grown food? Want to help develop aresilient food system in Somerset? What you can do:*Get Involved with Incredible Edible Somerset* Work with a local active group who organise aroundsustainable food, and if you don’t have one, why not startone?
Active Groups in Taunton Deane DistrictTaunton Transition
are an active local network that aimsto increase awareness and bring people together to workwithin the community to facilitate change in key areas of life such as transport, housing, energy use, health, foodproduction and work. FFI:http://tauntontransition.wordpress.com