Would you like your community to come together to grow fruit and vegetables in every spare plot of land that would normally going to waste?
This town has managed to put itself back on the map, and grow so much more local food than it would have otherwise done. It has helped educate children, and set up further learner in the schools. They even have vegetable tourists, which is a novel concept.
The video below explains a bit more about what they have achieved in really what is a short period of time.
It is funny how these sorts of community changes are mostly popping up in the UK. Firstly the Transition Towns movement, and now this one.
Good on you all for being the trail blazers. We need more people like Pam and her friends!