A creative project manual for community food growing
A community food manual for growing creative projects
In this zine we share the core learning and issues explored in Seeding the Commons. It is a manifesto and a way of mapping the ecosystems we are working in.
Collective Practices – a series of reflections by the Artists Steering Group
Dreaming of a Patchwork Commons – a vision for our town by Kate Clements and Cherry Truluck
Governance as a Smallholding and Viable AgriCULTUREs – learning from our work with Jack Ky Tan and a workshop with the Landworkers Alliance
Taking Root, Entangled Roots and Community Feast – Em Ghassempour, Francine Hajilou and Another Provision reflect on engagements with food, land and community
Patchwork: A Song and Rudimentary Rhythms – sharing our Patchwork Commons commissions.
28 pages A5 portrait format
Riso printed using non-toxic veg-oil inks on a low energy risograph press by OxfordGreenPrint.com – inner pages printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper. Cover page printed on Paperwise from Fenner Paper made with 100% agricultural waste.