A film about starting an inner city community garden by planting fruit and hazel trees as a foundation.
This film was produced within a series of films about growing, eating and sharing locally grown food within Eastmoor, Wakefield. Here, relationships to food are being used as a method of building meaningful connection between residents and supporting the community garden to fulfil and communicate its aims and experiences.
The films have been produced in conjunction with the Eastmoor Community Garden Association and people who grow food in the area. They are intended to inspire both younger and older people to use the growing, eating and sharing of food as a resource to build connections between people and the land they live on.
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