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
We need to grow more food, with Lincolnshire Outdoor Learning you can grow at home as one of our ‘super growers’ and / or come down and join the fun at our Kenwick Park Micro Farm every Friday.
In 2023 we have expanded our grow at home project to the South Lincs & Rural Primary Care Network. The ‘Growth 2 Health’ pilot will deliver two kits to people living within the following area https://lpcna.nhs.uk/primary-care-networks/south-lincs-rural We will also offer garden support and even creet an area in your garden
We need to go back to growing at least some of our food at home and you do not need a big garden to do it. A polytunnel and outdoor bed or maybe just start with a window sill for herbs.
We need to Think circular economy and its starts in Lincolnshire the bountiful basket of Britain. Together we can enable community based circular economies and end take make & waste. LOL call this Sow Study Sustain So Let’s construct enduring legacies, outdoor growing and learning environments to inspire healthy schools
Lincolnshire Outdoor Learning first put Sow Study Sustain into action with Circular economy sowing and growing and then either bottled the produce or left some for seed. As you can see our micro farm to canning project was designed to leave no one behind, putting food and thought into yellow