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Dear  Week Project Members and Devon Friends,
We have suggested that all those people who are local and/or interested in produce, farm activities and/or being in nature on our land at Huxhams Cross are  warmly invited and encouraged to participate in the surveys that the Apricot team are conducting regarding what might be grown, how the farm might interact with the local community, what services are looked for and how the farm might be designed.

If you know of anyone, or group of people, who may have views and ideas please ask them to join the surveys. This is an unique opportunity to be involved in turning a peice of bare land into a real farm that interacts with the local community and environment.

Please express your views, desires, needs or wishes for local food, place to walk, make jam or take the children ...... if you have not already done so.

The Design courses are due to start after Easter and so your input is requested ASAP so that it can be taken into account.


see below from Bob at the Apricot Centre

Many thanks
Gabriel
Our online community survey for Huxham's Cross Farm is still live.

It would be really great to get a some more responses in the run-up to our design courses, as this is your opportunity to give feedback on our vision and contribute your own ideas and suggestions.

We will use this information to help design the farm at the workshops in April and May. 

http://goo.gl/forms/KLvSf57VPE
 
Thanks, 
Bob
for the Apricot team
REMINDER: Farm Design Workshops: Two open farm design workshops will be held at Dartington on April 10-12 and May 29-31. Participants will walk through the design process of the farm. The survey process currently underway is gathering the information for the design and we invite all to contribute to and feedback to  this process, forms attached.  Marina O’Connell draws on Biodynamics, agronomy, agro-ecology and permaculture design. These workshops will be relevant to anyone considering their garden, market garden and farm design process. See www.apricotcentre.co.uk for further details.
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