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FoodSmiles St Albans is a local community food growing project which started out from Transition St Albans and is now an established  Community Supported Agriculture project in St Albans – it is a unique project in its own right. Around twenty five people are currently involved working their patch of organic land at Hammonds End Farm and producing vegetable boxes in return for their labour – see FoodSmiles St Albans web site

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FoodSmiles Harvest Event

FoodSmiles fan, local food blogger and journalist Becky Alexander enjoyed her visit to the FoodSmiles Harvest Event so much she wrote a lovely piece about it in the Herts Advertiser – FS Harvest Event HertsAd

To find out more click these links to see their

foodmsilesdiggingYou can get involved in the working groups by committing time each month with a payment – in return for organic vegetables throughout the growing season. Click her to go to their website to find out more about how to get involved.

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See How FoodSmiles St Albans got started

See Examples around the UK

Also see ‘Examples around the UK to read about different kinds of ‘short supply chain’ food projects that have been set up around the UK.


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