Transition Forest Row

A community in transition to a low carbon, sustainable, resilient life.

Rebecca Howarth
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The Crossing

The Crossing is a place to grow.  Grow plants to eat, herbs to heal, teas to drink.  A place to grow our appreciation of nature’s bounty and beauty. A place to grow community cohesion and deepen our cultural roots.We will grow fresh vegetables, herbs and leafy greens at The Crossing this season.  We are seeking folk who are interested in becoming paying members and volunteers.  We keep a Coop Co-op.  We celebrate the Celtic festivals of Soltice and Equinox and the Cross Quarter festivals of…See More
Jan 16
Rebecca Howarth joined Mike Grenville's group
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Food & Land

The Food, land & Farming GroupSee More
Mar 11, 2013
Emma Goodwin is attending Rebecca Howarth's event
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TUNE IN TUESDAYs at The Crossing, up the top of the field

February 19, 2013 to September 24, 2013
TUNE IN TUESDAYs 10am-3pm Every Tuesday at The Crossing we'll gather to do what needs doing on the land. Digging, sowing seeds, transplanting, landscaping, hoeing, mulching and all sorts! Bring your selves prepared for any weather.  All welcome including children.  Dogs on leads please.  There'll be a magic circle, tools, a plan, shelter, hot drinks, ukeleles, singing, laughing. We'll do what we can and all go home happy.Call or text us if you'd like to come along. Contact Emma on 07976 296364…See More
Mar 8, 2013
Rebecca Howarth posted an event
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TUNE IN TUESDAYs at The Crossing, up the top of the field

February 19, 2013 to September 24, 2013
TUNE IN TUESDAYs 10am-3pm Every Tuesday at The Crossing we'll gather to do what needs doing on the land. Digging, sowing seeds, transplanting, landscaping, hoeing, mulching and all sorts! Bring your selves prepared for any weather.  All welcome including children.  Dogs on leads please.  There'll be a magic circle, tools, a plan, shelter, hot drinks, ukeleles, singing, laughing. We'll do what we can and all go home happy.Call or text us if you'd like to come along. Contact Emma on 07976 296364…See More
Feb 15, 2013
Jan Whitmore, Pupak Haghighi-Brinch and Mike Grenville joined Rebecca Howarth's group
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The Crossing

The Crossing is a place to grow.  Grow plants to eat, herbs to heal, teas to drink.  A place to grow our appreciation of nature’s bounty and beauty. A place to grow community cohesion and deepen our cultural roots.We will grow fresh vegetables, herbs and leafy greens at The Crossing this season.  We are seeking folk who are interested in becoming paying members and volunteers.  We keep a Coop Co-op.  We celebrate the Celtic festivals of Soltice and Equinox and the Cross Quarter festivals of…See More
Feb 9, 2013
Rebecca Howarth posted a group
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The Crossing

The Crossing is a place to grow.  Grow plants to eat, herbs to heal, teas to drink.  A place to grow our appreciation of nature’s bounty and beauty. A place to grow community cohesion and deepen our cultural roots.We will grow fresh vegetables, herbs and leafy greens at The Crossing this season.  We are seeking folk who are interested in becoming paying members and volunteers.  We keep a Coop Co-op.  We celebrate the Celtic festivals of Soltice and Equinox and the Cross Quarter festivals of…See More
Feb 8, 2013
Rebecca Howarth is now a member of Transition Forest Row
Feb 8, 2013

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What is your connection to Forest Row
live here
About Me:
I just moved to Forest Row recently, and am involved with The Crossing project, down Brambletye Lane. We are just starting a half acre of bio-intensive vegetable beds this season, and will hopefully be setting up a CSA, Community Supported Agriculture Scheme. Our aim is to provide local, fresh, affordable produce which people can also get involved in the growing of!
Website:
http://www.thecrossingforestrow.wordpress.com

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