Links

Links to Allotment, Gardening and Seed Catalogue Sites
The National Society of Allotment & Leisure Gardeners Limited
Gardeners World – the official BBC programme website
Gardenorganic.org.uk – the website for Garden Organic, the UK’s leading organic charity

Local government & organisations
Totnes Town Council

Transition Town Totnes (TTT)
TTT Garden Share scheme

Seedy Sisters run annual Seed Swap (February) and Harvest ‘Glut Gig’ (September)

Totnes Living Community (TLC)
Totnes Online – the Totnes Forum

Totnes Food, Farming & Forestry Forum members – The Totnes Allotment Association is a member of the Food, Farming & Forestry Forum.  Other member include:

Totnes & District Food, Farming and Forestry Forum • Index
Agroforestry research trust
Devon Association of Smallholders – Home Page
Devon Community Supported Farming
FARM – The Independent Voice of Farmers
Food & Drink Devon – Love The Flavour
Food Webs and Mapping – Making Local Food Work
Greenlife
Greyfield Timber
Moor Trees
Landmatters Permaculture Project
Orchard Link
Riverford Organic Vegetables
Small Farms Association
South Devon Organic Producers
Trees for Health – Reconnecting People and Plants
TTT Food Group
TTT Garden Share Project
TTT Seed & Plant Swap Project | Transition Town Totnes
Wholesome Food Association (UK)

Bee Friendly Planting

List of products that contain neonicotinoid pesticides

British Beekeeper’s Association on bee friendly gardening, and pesticides

RHS on bee friendly gardening

Make your own solitary bee home
 

Other interesting sites
The Met Office: for weather forecasts etc.

Community Supported Farming – community group based in South Devon providing access to farms, small holdings and land projects through the hosting of vegetable planting and harvesting days
Orchard Link, a Totnes-based organisation that aims to support orchard owners and enthusiasts, to ensure that orchards are a sustainable element of our landscape.
Trees for Health
Creating homes for beneficial wildlife from old pallets
Root meanings of botanical names
What grows wild in your postcode area? – the Natural History Museum’s Postcode Plants database