Inverness Community Garden Networking Day

Friday, October 31, 2014

Starts 9:45 am

Inverness Community Garden Networking Day at the Town House, High Street, Inverness

The day will bring together people interested in community growing, and look at best ways that the Highlands Council can support community growing in the region. There will be a case study from Transition Town Forres, and two site visits to The Garden Project at Inverness Botanic Gardens and The REAL Project at Inverness High School.
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