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Transition & Permaculture Hull has organised a visit to Rooted in Hull as its May event. This will take place on Mon 20 May 2019 at 6pm.

Rooted in Hull is an innovative urban farm on a site adjacent to the River Hull, near Drypool bridge. Adrian Fisher will be showing us round the site, and there will be a chance to learn about and discuss the techniques they are using.

All are welcome to join us on this visit, just let us know by using the contact form on this website, and I will confim details of the visit the weekend beforehand.

The Rooted in Hull website gives background information on what they are trying to achieve, their location, partners and volunteers.

http:/ /www.rootedinhull.org.uk/

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Free Trees

The Tree Council is accepting applications for The Tree Council’s Tree Futures Grant Scheme up until 5pm on 17 May 2019

https://www.treecouncil.org.uk/Grants

The Woodland Trust is offering free trees to schools and communities. Apply now and the trees will be delivered in November 2019

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Transition & Permaculture Hull is part of the Transition Network

Transition & Permaculture Hull has a copies of Transition Network Publications which can be borrowed on request

  • 21 Stories of Transition
  • The Transition Handbook
  • The Transition Companion
  • The Power of Just Doing Stuff
  • In Transition 1.0 DVD: from oil dependence to local resilience
  • In Transition 2.0 DVD: a story of resilience and hope
  • Voices of Transition DVD : community-led food production

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page updated April 2019