Now in its third year, A Little Patch of Ground is a successful intergenerational food-growing and performance project led by the arts group Encounters. Devised to respond creatively to the challenges of climate change and bring people together across age, culture and social background, it is both a powerful and a dynamic vehicle through which new skills are developed, diverse relationships built and new ways of seeing and thinking about the world seeded.

In 2011, two ‘little patches of ground’ were twinned: an urban patch at Toynbee Studios in the East End of London, and a rural patch on the ...


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