Posted on June 22nd, 2011 No comments
We turned our grow-your-own dream into reality with the support and guidance of the Soil Association via Making Local Food Work. We have £60,000 funding from the Big Lottery’s Local Food programme and the East Cornwall Local Action Group (part of the South West Regional Development Agency).
Posted on October 29th, 2010 1 comment
There’s been lots of media coverage about our Lottery and ECLAG grants over the past few days.
Camel residents grow their own – BBC News video
Green-fingered enthusiasts in north Cornwall are celebrating – James Churchfield Show 28-10-10 – BBC Radio Cornwall
Cornish vegetable home-growing scheme awarded £60,000 in grants – Western Morning News
Vegetable group wins grants – Cornish Guardian
Community Supported Agriculture near Wadebridge awarded £60,000 in funding – Wadebridge People
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Watch all Camel CSA’s videos
Posted on October 27th, 2010 No comments
These videos are about what we do and how we make local food work within our north Cornwall community. They were filmed at the Lottery and EU funding launch on our site behind St Kew Harvest Farm Shop at St Kew Highway.
David Wilcock of FoodiesSW recorded the first two videos on his smart phone. He also did own audio report of the event. Camel CSA member Shayne House videoed BBC Spotlight reporter John Danks as he was filming us.
Watch all Camel CSA’s videos
Posted on July 15th, 2009 No comments
Camel Community Supported Agriculture’s latest video celebrates our first harvest. It marks the red letter day when members received their first vegetable box shares.
This video features our volunteer picking and packing team at work, while two of our three expert growers reflect on what we’ve achieved so far.
Many thanks to Graham Smith of Ragged Trouser Productions.
Click here to watch our two earlier videos: Camel CSA – Why we got involved and Camel CSA – First volunteer day.
Posted on April 2nd, 2009 No comments
There are lots of reasons why members of Cornwall’s first community-led agriculture project decided to get involved.
Camel Community Supported Agriculture’s latest video features different people explaining what inspired them to join in.
Click here to watch an earlier video about our first volunteer day in March.
Posted 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.
Click here for directions to the site.