Camel CSA sows the first seeds of successPosted on March 12th, 2009 No comments
We’ve started to get stuck in! Camel Community Supported Agriculture’s first vegetables are now in the ground. We’ve planted several rows of broad beans and Jerusalem artichokes, guided by our team of expert growers. Parsley, cabbage and calabrese seeds are all germinating in the poly tunnel.
We’re inviting volunteers to come along and get involved every Sunday morning from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on our site behind St Kew Harvest Farm Shop at St Kew Highway.
Remember to bring wellies, waterproofs, drinks and a snack. And don’t forget a pair of gardening gloves! Also bring any tools, ideally wheelbarrows, shovel, spades, forks and rakes. You’ll be made very welcome.
Find out more from Alex at email@example.com or Antonina at St Kew Harvest on 01208 841818.
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