Leasing a site owned by the National Trust, the members of Broadclyst are growing crops, feeding local people and improving the land.
Maintaing the river for riparian landowners whilst training volunteers and apprentices with practical land management skills is how the River Stewardship Company realise their vision of more engaged communities and a healthier river.
Helen Batt talks us through their focus on income generation and enterprise, how they scaled the project and their exciting business improvement district work in which 250 business are involved.
Members of OrganicLea workers’ co-op are running a thriving food growing project- with elements of recreation, education and campaigning- on ex-council land.
Brian talks us through the co-op’s relationship with the local council and how have they have developed their project, income and ideas.
The remote community of Knoydart have owned and managed the Knoydart forest since the 1990s.
Lorna tells us their story, covering the pros and cons of community ownership, and some clever ways to generate income as a community organisation.