Edible Open Gardens 2012 – Film Two Permaculture

Posted on 07. Aug, 2012 by in Community, Environment & Nature, Featured, Food & Drink

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A short film visiting one of the 40 edible gardens/allotments that were open over two weekends in July 2012. This is the second year of this Transition Stroud project to encourage, support and inspire more food growing. In this film Seb Buckton introduces us to Permaculture in a short workshop in his Rodborough garden.

This film seeks to be as accurate as possible in the information given, we would, however, recommend people checking before eating plants recommended in this film.

Filmed and edited by Philip Booth.

See more films from Open Edible Gardens project including last year at: https://stroudcommunity.tv/tag/edible-open-gardens/



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One Response to “Edible Open Gardens 2012 – Film Two Permaculture”

  1. Tessa Elam

    13. Feb, 2013

    Really good film on how to use permaculture principles in
    ones garden. Clearly and simply explained.

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