Surplus fruit is being salvaged by a new and highly inventive sustainability project
South Shropshire is helping local people to eat more fruit and vegetables, by integrating schools, communities and home-based gardeners with cookery training and a distribution scheme
Hackbridge Station, in London, now has a new mobile local food stall in the form of a converted milk float ñ the new Veg Van
Taywell farm stores in Goudhurst and Tunbridge Wells, Kent are the inaugural winners of the new Love Food Hate Waste Award, part of the Taste of Kent Awards.
A fruity weekend will be on offer at Reaseheath College in Nantwich as part of a national celebration of the English apple.
For 15 years, Peter Chin has been using gardening as a statement of his belief: that we all deserve justice, fairness and nourishment.
The London Development Agency has made Alex Smith, Managing Director of organic cereal company Alara, a London Leader of Sustainability.
Green Living Technologies, a socially responsible and innovative landscaping company, have been taking advantage of an often forgotten space to grow plants - walls.
A Thai forest monk took a radical step to reverse local desertification, by mobilising the villagers to regenerate their barren lands.
1,000 new allotment plots will be created on Trust land in the next three years to give local communities the space to grow their own fruit and vegetables.
Once again entries are invited for the Guild of Food Writer's annual CookIt! and WriteIt! competitions from children and students between 10 and 18 years of age.
Pupils at a Surrey infant school have been swapping sweet and sugarylunches for healthy meals made with school-grown fruit and vegetables,thanks to the Royal Horticultural Society's gardening scheme.
Waltham Forest may not be the Garden of Eden but it does have lots ofapple and pear trees. In recent years, many tonnes of that deliciousfruit have been picked and distributed around the Borough, [...]
Alpro, Europe's market leader in soya food products, is helping to educate children about nature and the benefits of healthy eating via the Trees for Cities edible garden scheme.
How to grow fruit, nuts, salads and perennial vegetables as a low maintenance, highly productive garden ecosystem.
An Organic Guide for Beginners - Allotment Gardening is a practical guide to growing your own fruit and vegetables organically. Aimed at those who have not had an allotment before, or are new to [...]
The Neem Tree grows in abundance throughout Asia and Africa. It has aremarkable number of uses that, for centuries, have provided villagersin India with a myriad resource.
Herefordshire-based company, Flights Orchard Organics, was established by John Davenport and Mike Hamilton over ten years ago, as a way of providing fresh, organic food as locally as possible. [...]