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The site is a great way to share information, blog, upload photos and videos, discuss issues and learn about events.
Let's create a greener and healthier future together.
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Stirling gardens wanted to take part in the Stirling open garden fundraiser day on June 16th.
We are looking for all sorts of Gardens not just traditional. Perhaps you keep chickens, have a tree house or you grow vertically as space is limited!
If you are interested in opening your garden get in touch with Iain Morrison on 01786 841 007 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
All new garden openers will recieve a years free membership from Dobbies entitling them to a 10% discount on plant, seeds and bulbs.
A new website has been launched through Grow Your Own Scotland that aims to be a single resource for grow your own and green space projects across the country. The website has a wealth of resources.
This year the Forth Valley Orchard's Initiative has been chosen as one of the 14 case studies for CSGN. The project was presented at the CSGN Forum 2012...read more.
The CSGN Community Projects Fund 2012/13 was launched on Friday 28th September.
This fund will allow community groups to bid for up to £2000 to:
• Deliver green network improvements on the ground and/or
• Increase community use of green networks and/or
• Increase community involvement in the maintenance and enhancement of green networks locally.
The deadline for applications is 2nd November and projects must be completed by the end of March 2013.
Grants of between £100 & £500 are available to landowners, land managers, communities or other organisations for designing and creating new orchards, managing traditional or other existing orchards, enhancing orchard biodiversity, and developing orchards as a learning ground.
Are you a school from Falkirk, Stirling or Clacks?
Special support package available for successful applicants.
Please contact Amparo on 01786 449215 or email email@example.com
To find out more please click here
A consultation is being taken forward to explore the ways in which the legislation relating to allotments may be amended by Scottish Government, if you wish to have your say click here for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org who will be putting in a response from the Grow Forth Local food network.
Also you can visit the Scottish Allotment Gardens and Allotment society to view their discussion questions for the consultation click here
The closing date for responses is the 24th of May, Grow Forth will be putting in a response before this date the aim is for the 20th May so if you wish to add to the response please send to emily as soon as possible, thank you.