As regular readers of our Sow Study Sustain Newsletter on LinkedIn will know (sign up here) Sow Study Sustain, a program devised by UK-based Ecolearn CIC and now delivered by Lincolnshire Outdoor Learning, is more than just a community gardening initiative. It’s a vibrant tapestry woven from the threads of circular
On the 8th November we will open the Benjamin Adlard Micro Farm. Gainsborough children will be the first in the UK to grow healthy food using #SowStudySustain‘s circular economy and vertical growing principles. UNA Greater Lincolnshire West Lindsey District Council Team Lincolnshire Lord Holmes Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LPFT
For 2023-2024 LOL are pleased to announce that our constructions for outdoor learning activities will expand beyond Lincolnshire to Nottinghamshire and East Midlands Schools as well as Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. Shouldn’t primary schools be back at the heart of communities too? With a little LOL learning about nature is fun.
Yes we can…. a massive thanks to those who believe and partner with Ecolearn CIC and Lincolnshire Outdoor Learning . So despite funders reneging at the last minute and plenty of other broken promises and selfies down at the site, Sow Study began supplying fresh Veg to food banks on
Benjamin Adlard Primary School of Gainsborough will be the first school in the world with a circular economy micro farm A massive thanks to the generosity of North Notts & Lincs Community Rail Partnership plus a contribution from Neil Gentleman-Hobbs and Ashley Butterfield Lincolnshire Outdoor Learning will announce more details
Lincolnshire Outdoor Learning’s Sow Study Sustain micro farm has received funding from the Lincolnshire Wolds Office. This invaluable contribution will allow our circular economy based vertical growing system to feed fresh produce to the food banks of East Lindsey all year round.
If your community or school is looking to grow food you need to know your vitamins. So here is the LOL Sow Study Sustain grow your own vitamins guide telling you where your vital vitamins come from and how much you need each day. Remember to use circular economy growing
Would your Lincolnshire school like to grow healthy food for the children, staff and wider community? Then why not talk to Lincolnshire Outdoor Learning about a circular economy LOL Micro farm. Think circular economy meets regenerative agriculture. Together we can put some LOL into learning, leave no one behind and
Lincolnshire Outdoor Learning has been the county’s best kept secret in and around Lincolnshire schools since 2011. Our outdoor learning constructions and activities change outcomes and lives. We owe to our children, for they are the stakeholders that count. Here are some ideas, but with the UK’s first school micro
In 2023 we will continue our grow at home project in East Lindsey ‘Growth for Health’ We still have free kits available to people living in East Lindsey who wish to start growing at home. Good Lincolnshire fresh air and food builds healthy bodies and minds.