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CWA Enterprising Woods: Growing and Harvesting Food in Community Woodland - Torridon

26th April - 28th April

Growing and Harvesting Food in Community Woodland
Torridon Community Centre
Friday 26th – Sunday 28th April 2013
As part of the CWA Enterprising Woods project, CWA is bringing together forest crofters, forest gardeners, foragers and other experts to deliver a 2 day seminar covering growing and harvesting food in community woodlands.



An increasing number of community woodland groups are working in partnership to create community gardens and allotments, polytunnels and community composting schemes. What could your group do to look at food production, what edible plants are already growing in your woodland, how you can add value or develop enterprise opportunities - come along to this weekend and find out more.

The event is FREE to CWA groups and members and partner group members (includes Reforesting Scotland, DTAS, Community Land Scotland and the Federation of City Farms and Gardens).


This event is part funded by Highland LEADER. Assistance with travel expenses is available to groups from within the Highland LEADER boundary and Argyll.



For more information and to book please contact Diane Oliver on di.oliver@communitywoods.org or 01852 310955. The booking form is available at the end of the attached file.
Attached File: CWA EWH Food Growing Seminar Flyer and booking form.pdf
 
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