Tag Archives: Granton Community Gardeners

Baking in the (Covid) Community. Part Three: Responding to Demand for Local Bread

In mid-April, Baking in the Community participants gathered virtually to find out how the organisations involved were coping with the restrictions placed on us all during lockdown. At a time when one might fear independent bakeries would be struggling to continue, we have been inspired by the adaptability of bakers in Scotland who are working […]

‘People’s Plant Breeding’ Event 2018, Part 2: the Grain Selection

On the 25th September 2018, immediately preceding our AGM, we started what might well be the first ever community science experiment of its kind: a ‘People’s Plant Breeding’ grain selection event. ‘A small, quiet and entirely benign revolution.’ We recommend you read in more detail about the background to the event here, but in brief: […]

Soil To Slice Case Study: Granton Community Gardeners

2019 update: Granton Community Gardeners have now established Granton Garden Bakery. Making use of produce from the Granton Community Gardens, proceeds go to support the work of Granton Community Gardeners. Anyone living, working or volunteering in north Edinburgh is encouraged to buy a monthly subscription. This ‘community supported bakery’ model means a small discount for […]