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 Useful links

La Jimena: Mathis and Marianne Rosenbusch's farm in Spain. Mathis was the original EarthShare farmer.

The Boxing Clever Cookbook written by EarthShare subscribers, Jacqui Jones and Joan Wilmot, this book is packed with 360 seasonal recipes.

Cultivating Communities: a Soil Association project, funded by the Lottery Community Fund which builds on Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) schemes like EarthShare.

Eat the Seasons is dedicated to celebrating the best seasonal, local and organic food available in the UK. The site is updated every week with details of foods that are in season and tips, recipes ideas and other info.

Garden Organic (formerly the HDRA/Henry Doubleday Research Association): Dedicated to researching and promoting organic gardening, farming and food.

NFAany organisation within 50 miles of Findhorn Bay and which shares the same beliefs and aims can join the New Findhorn Association.

REAPthe Rural Environmental Action Project (REAP) is a CSV Scotland project based in Keith, and has been working throughout Moray and Aberdeenshire since October 1997.

Community Food and Healthfunded by the Scottish Executive, this project's aim is to improve Scotland's diet and health, particularly in low-income communities.

Soil Association Scotlandour 'local' branch of the Soil Association, based in Edinburgh.

Genetic modification (GM): EarthShare actively campaigns against the introduction of GM crops to this country. We believe that insufficient testing has been carried out into the effects of these crops on human health and the environment as a whole. If grown here, GM contamination will rapidly spread throughout the country thus removing our right to choose to eat GM-free food.

GM Freeze: campaigning for a greeze on the growing of GM plants, the import of GM foods and crops, and the patenting of genetic resources for food and farm crops

Friends of the EarthGM Free Britain

Genewatch: aims to ensure that genetic technologies are developed and used in the public interest.

GM Free Scotland: campaigning to keep Scotland GM free and to promote natural food in Scotland.

Munlochy Vigil local campaigning group

 




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