Episode 135 of the Common Weal Policy Podcast
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This week, Craig talks to Cat Train and Gail Squires from Incredible Edible Neilston, a community growing group who grow food on unused land in their community and give away the produce for free to anyone who needs it. They talk about how they got started guerrilla gardening a piece of council land, how the council and local community supported them to expand and what they’ve been getting up to this season.
Apologies for the background noise in this show – Cat’s rabbit decided to “help” the Community Growers by tearing a cardboard box into mulch.
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Image Credit: Incredible Edible Neilston.
“Hiding Your Reality” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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