[NetBehaviour] Resource: Community food growing in the emergency

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Sat Apr 4 14:19:10 CEST 2020


and again...

Em 2020-04-04 12:43, T via NetBehaviour escreveu:
> hi
> 
> sorry I took the subject by mistake
> 
> back to it!
> 
> my growing food contribution :)
> http://solid.noblogs.org/post/2020/04/04/growing-food/
> 
> 
> Em 2020-04-04 11:33, T via NetBehaviour escreveu:
>> hi
>>
>> further resources regarding free software resources and platforms
>>
>> https://liberaturadio.org/recursos-y-plataformas-libres/
>> https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/online-tools-for-the-pandemic
>>
>> xox T
>>
>> Em 2020-04-04 11:23, Ruth Catlow via NetBehaviour escreveu:
>>> Hiya,
>>>
>>> Thanks to everyone for ongoing conversations, invitations, resources
>>> and news from where where we are. Very heartening <3
>>>
>>> Below is an email from Sustainable Haringey - an excellent community
>>> of food activists local to Furtherfield Gallery.
>>>
>>> The linked document contains suggestions for growing produce at home,
>>> on windowsills, balconies, any small patches of earth we might have
>>> access to. I'm going to be giving it a go.
>>>
>>>>>>
>>> FW:Community food growing in the emergency
>>> I hope you and your circle are well in the face of the virus threat.
>>>
>>> I've been thinking about how important it is to grow food for
>>> ourselves and our communities in the current situation. Shops and
>>> supply chains will soon run out because food is not being grown in the
>>> usual quantities, given that; even in good times (normal labour
>>> situation and no spring drought) the UK produces only a minority share
>>> of what it eats; farmers elsewhere, especially in Italy and Spain,
>>> will have difficulty keeping to planting schedules and getting enough
>>> workers this summer. Prices will surely rocket. So I suspect a
>>> Cuban-style or Middlesborough-style movement to home-grow and make
>>> best use of community growing spaces will be badly needed.
>>>
>>> Please see the attached notes, and circulate them if you think they
>>> are useful. Comments and additions welcome.  I have put the text on a
>>> google docs link which can be circulated to and accessed by anyone,
>>> you don't need a login or password:
>>>
>>> https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iWt4OZ9ukI9OrYiD1M0zUsoK3-biZyw78x5uFrQLivI/edit?usp=sharing
>>> [1]
>>>
>>> =======
>>> Here is a tune to listen to while you read
>>>
>>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Mvs5lWx2uQ
>>>
>>> ========
>>> Warmly
>>> Ruth
>>>
>>>  [2]
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>>> Links:
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