Oxford City Farm is a Charity that is turning a derelict brownfield site into a community greenspace and permacultural learning centre. They use no-dig and forest gardening techniques, have rainwater harvesting and a composting toilet and a salvaged kitchen classroom. The farm hosts school groups, volunteering sessions, dropins, pop-up cafes, and private groups with the aim to create an accessible relaxing place to be and learn for everyone.
Join Phil Pritchard as he introduces us to the busy programme at Oxford city farm, including their community volunteering opportunities, supported farm nurture sessions, work with local schools, upskilling workshops and social events. Learn how the project managed to secure a 40 year lease with the support of funders and the local community to be able to realise their vision of empowered communities learning and working together to produce food locally living healthy, enriched and sustainable lives.
There will be an opportunity after the presentation to ask questions, to share your project news and to ask for any support you need from other projects in the network.
In order to access the event you must be a member and have signed up for your free Projects Membership Offer. The offer is open to any member who runs a project or would like to set one up. Once you have signed up, you will be added to the projects and LAND network mailing list and will receive monthly emails with registration links for our monthly online gatherings and project masterclasses.
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