Black Rootz into Food Growing!

RiFG Rootz into Food Growing (RiFG) aims to challenge and disrupt some of the structural inequalities that exist within the current UK food growing sector through the creation of a network of BAME led growers pan-London who will receive relevant skills development and training opportunities enabling them to grow commercially.  RiFG is a collaboration project... Continue Reading →

Black Rootz into Food Growing!

RiFG Rootz into Food Growing (RiFG) aims to challenge and disrupt some of the structural inequalities that exist within the current UK food growing sector through the creation of a network of BAME led growers pan-London who will receive relevant skills development and training opportunities enabling them to grow commercially.  RiFG is a collaboration project... Continue Reading →

Black Rootz into Food Growing!

RiFG Rootz into Food Growing (RiFG) aims to challenge and disrupt some of the structural inequalities that exist within the current UK food growing sector through the creation of a network of BAME led growers pan-London who will receive relevant skills development and training opportunities enabling them to grow commercially.  RiFG is a collaboration project... Continue Reading →

Poppy Day

  "Papaver rhoeas (common names include common poppy,[3] corn poppy, corn rose, field poppy,[4] Flanders poppy or red poppy) is an annual herbaceous species of flowering plant in the poppy family, Papaveraceae." -- wiki "The red remembrance poppy has become a familiar emblem of Remembrance Day due to the poem "In Flanders Fields" written by... Continue Reading →

November Flower: Thistle!

Thistle! The thistle is the national flower of Scotland and is often worn on St Andrew’s Day on November 30th. The term thistle covers many different types of flower, most of them in the family Asteraceae. They are characterised by prickles all over the stem and leaves and they most often have a purple flower... Continue Reading →

Black Rootz into Food Growing!

RiFG Rootz into Food Growing (RiFG) aims to challenge and disrupt some of the structural inequalities that exist within the current UK food growing sector through the creation of a network of BAME led growers pan-London who will receive relevant skills development and training opportunities enabling them to grow commercially.  RiFG is a collaboration project... Continue Reading →

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