- Organic gardening.
- If you want to find our more
about gardening organically, then probabably the best two places
to start are The Henry
Doubleday Research Association, whose website in a treasure
trove of useful information, and the Soil
Association who set the standard for organic gardening in
the UK and produce an extensive Organic
Directory listing over 2000 organic producers.
- Biodynamics -the original non-chemical gardening
movement set up in 1924 by Rudolh Steiner.
- Ecological Gardens -Paula Westmoreland's website on gardening organically
without herbicides and pesticides to encourage biological diversity.
- Garden Organic
-working name for the Henry Doubleday Research Association, Europe's
largest organic membership organisation, dedicated to researching
and promoting organic gardening, farming and food.
- Good Gardeners Association -a charity which aims to teach members to 'move
betond organic' and grow vegtables naturally without the use
of artificial fertilisers or pesticides -useful archive of past
- The Green Garden
-an introduction to organic gardening for beginners with plenty
of advice of self-sufficiency from bee-keeing to running a smallholding.
- Organic Delivery Company -orgqanic locally produced goods delivered to
your home in most parts of the UK.
- Organic UK
-independant advice on growing organic fruit and veg.
For A Future -database
of 7000 edible, medicinal and generally useful plants. Also operate
demonstration gardens in Devon and Cornwall.
- Shared Garden
-a community based shared organic garden project in Nottingham.
- Soil Association
- promotes sustainable organic farming and sets the certification
standard for organic food -a wealth of information on the subject.
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