Julie and a group of friends set up GC more than 20 years ago. Tired of simply talking about how to change the world, they decided to do something practical to make a real difference. She's been Growing Communities' director since it launched in 1996 and now also helps run a 17acre orchard in Kent. Described by Transition founder Rob Hopkins as a perfect balance of practical and theoretical, Julie has been nominated for a Triodos Ethical Small Business Award, has stood on the London Food Board, and has campaigned tirelessly for policy as well as practical change to food and farming in the UK.
Thursday, 13 December, 2018 - 18:09
Eric from Honey Hydrant will be back at our farmers' market this Saturday. Last chance to buy his hand-rolled beesw… https://t.co/PAEctRda8S