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  • Growing Food Together Fund

    Created: 07/09/2021

    The Central Scotland Green Network's (CSGN) Growing Food Together Fund aims to foster community engagement in growing and learning about food, and promote healthy eating and outdoor exercise. Projects could include elements of growing projects that involve: - the installation of physical infrastructure - sourcing materials and equipment in preparation for the 2022 growing season - soil analysis testing - site feasibility studies or design work - or, non-site based projects such as the development and delivery of learning exchange programmes, skills and training and events that seek to increase awareness and interest in local community growing opportunities.

    Who can apply?

    All projects funded under the CSGN Development Fund must be located in the CSGN area.

    How to apply?

    Visit the funder's website for more information/to apply.

    When to apply?

    The closing date for applications is 17:00 on Thursday 14 October 2021.

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