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“There’s stats that explain that actually the area of land in the UK that is backyard (or front yard) gardens is greater than the amount of area that is currently nature reserved in England. So all our gardens combined actually cover huge vast swathes of land and they can offer an incredible opportunity for creating nature corridors and also for providing some sustenance to us.”


Poppy Okotcha

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Useful links for this episode.


@poppy.okotcha on Instagram.

@grow_share_ Poppy’s local market garden.

Poppy’s Website.


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