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Latest case studies from our lovely Lincolnshire Master Gardeners. Click here to tell us your story.


Have your say this September

Have your say this SeptemberGarden Organic has sent out exciting questionnaires this week to the Lincolnshire Master Gardeners and the lovely people they mentor to grow their own food. We’re working with Coventry University to monitor and evaluate the health, social and environmental impacts of the programme. It’s very exciting with intriguing questions – and already intriguing findings from […]

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Volunteers are good for the environment

Volunteers are good for the environmentGarden Organic says the positive environmental impact of a quarter of a million hours a year of volunteering on projects that promote sustainable growing is being felt in communities across the UK. Garden Organic’s volunteers are directly helping to improve the future and the quality of the nation’s gardens and green spaces by giving over […]

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Mablethorpe Community Garden

Mablethorpe Community GardenMablethorpe Community Garden is the largest and most remote community garden in the Heath and Well-being programme. Roughly the size of a football pitch and with no access to running water, Master Gardeners Sue and Shirley demonstrate how powerful Master Gardeners can be to the success of a community garden. Against the odds, with a […]

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Graham Nichols: Case Study

Graham Nichols: Case StudyGraham is helping 9 registered households – plus a community garden and a community group as a Master Gardener in North Kesteven. This translates as supporting 28 people including 12 under the age of 16 to learn to grow and eat more food. Graham is very proactive in his approach, writing articles in local newsletters […]

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Case Study: Jo Stainthorp

Case Study: Jo StainthorpJo Stainthorp is currently helping 7 registered households as a Master Gardener in East Lindsey (Horncastle area). This translates as supporting 28 people including 12 under the age of 16 to learn to grow and eat more food. Jo has tapped into her social circle and also her children’s’ activity groups to help source her […]

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