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5 litre bottles needed for tree watering

Started this discussion. Last reply by Catherine Pulman May 10, 2021. 1 Reply

The tree watering groups for Millfields Park are running out of the 5 litre bottles used to transport the water to the trees in the watering cart - they get heavy use and don't survive very long.…Continue

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Sustainable Hackney monthly meeting at on Zoom

July 31, 2024 from 7pm to 9pm
Our regular open meeting takes place on 31 July this month on Zoom. To receive the link and an agenda, please contact info@sustainablehackney.org.ukSee More
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Plasticblitz week at local river catchment area - see web link

May 29, 2024 from 6pm to 7pm
From 22 June - 7 July is the Thames21 Plasticblitz, an event to engage community groups. The aim is to clean up plastic pollution in the river catchment area whilst collecting data on the most common plastic items found.To learn more and take part, see the website: PlasticblitzSee More
May 29
Clare Taylor posted a blog post

Six Inches of Soil film night

We had a packed house for our showing on 26 April and an amazing panel.The film explores the stories of three young farmers in their first year of their journeys to heal the soil on their land by using regenerative farming practices. We see the differences they make to soil and its life, both worms and microscopic life forms, learn how that changes how water can soak…See More
May 2
A blog post by Clare Taylor was featured

Soil

To quote the Royal Horticultural Society: "Soil plays a key role in the carbon cycle, can hold the water needed for plants to grow, and can help to prevent extreme water crises such as flood events or droughts. Most crucially for our species, it can feed us; perpetually, sustainably and healthily. But to maximise these benefits, we need to keep learning about it, and handle it with care and thought."What lives in the soil is often little appreciated - bees and butterflies are recognised for…See More
Mar 28
Clare Taylor posted a blog post

Soil

To quote the Royal Horticultural Society: "Soil plays a key role in the carbon cycle, can hold the water needed for plants to grow, and can help to prevent extreme water crises such as flood events or droughts. Most crucially for our species, it can feed us; perpetually, sustainably and healthily. But to maximise these benefits, we need to keep learning about it, and handle it with care and thought."What lives in the soil is often little appreciated - bees and butterflies are recognised for…See More
Mar 28
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Sustainable Hackney monthly meeting at Monthly Zoom

April 24, 2024 from 7pm to 9pm
Our regular monthly meeting takes place on Zoom. Please email info@sustainablehackney.org.uk if you would like an agenda and link.See More
Mar 28
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Sustainable Hackney monthly meeting at monthly meeting

March 27, 2024 from 7pm to 9pm
Please join us at our regular monthly meeting on 27 March at 7.00 online: email info@sustainablehackney.org.uk for an agenda and Zoom link.Meetings are held on the last Wednesday of every month, and all are welcome.See More
Mar 26
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Bioblitz at Middlesex Filter Beds

March 2, 2024 from 10am to 3pm
Spot and record what wildlife you see with this family friendly drop in session.You’ll get to try your hand at pond dipping, bird and butterfly surveys and a self led scavenger hunt, so you can take in all the spring sights on offer, while helping our team with vaulable wildlife recording.Meeting point: Nature’s Throne (///gent.count.study)See more at visitleevalley.org.ukSee More
Feb 25
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FINITE: The Climate of Change

On Friday evening we saw a very powerful and moving documentary about two groups of activists, learning about what they were fighting to protect, what it was costing them emotionally and in their lives to do so, and seeing how brave and determined they were.They were two very different groups, one large group occupying a forest in Germany to protect it and one smaller…See More
Feb 24
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FINITE: The Climate of Change at Films for Action at St Paul's West Hackney

February 23, 2024 from 6:30pm to 9:30pm
An award-winning film giving an insider’s view of the world of direct action; a raw, authentic and emotional insight into the David and Goliath battle between frontline communities, activists and fossil fuel corporations.In Germany, concerned citizens step forward to save an ancient forest from one of Europe’s largest coal mines. They form an unlikely alliance with a frustrated community in rural England who are forced into action to protect their homes from a new opencast coal mine.For details…See More
Jan 24
Clare Taylor posted a blog post

Film for action: SEED: the untold story

We enjoyed a very beautiful film on 17 November as well as learning a great deal. The wonderful imagery of seeds sprouting, of fields and forests, backgrounded the story of seeds, the importance of having many varieties of each food crop for resilience to disease, natural disasters and changes caused by climate change. We learned about the seed savers, collecting…See More
Dec 1, 2023
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Sustainable Hackney - Annual General Meeting at Hackney CVS

November 29, 2023 from 6:30pm to 9pm
We are inviting you to join us at Hackney CVS,  the Adiaha Antigha Centre on Wednesday 29th November for our Annual General Meeting.We will be reporting back on our activities over the past year as well as planning for the next 12 months, with strategies for raising awareness of climate change, engaging all local citizens, businesses, schools and community organisations as well as our continued scrutiny of the Council's Climate Action plan through our themed workstreams, which we invite you to…See More
Nov 24, 2023
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Protecting our rivers

The latest film night in the Sustainable Hackney Films for Action series focused on river pollution and what individuals can do to make a difference. There is a lot we can actively do, beyond simply campaigning. The well-attended event at St Paul’s West Hackney comprised two films and a panel of experts. The films were Severn by ENDS Report and Rivercide by Spanner Films…See More
Oct 15, 2023
Clare Taylor posted a blog post

Protecting our rivers

The latest film night in the Sustainable Hackney Films for Action series focused on river pollution and what individuals can do to make a difference. There is a lot we can actively do, beyond simply campaigning. The well-attended event at St Paul’s West Hackney comprised two films and a panel of experts. The films were Severn by ENDS Report and Rivercide by Spanner Films…See More
Sep 23, 2023
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Plasticblitz 2023 at River Lea

May 27, 2023 all day
The Plasticblitz is an annual event that aims to engage as many community groups and Environment Agency teams as possible to take part in a simultaneous litter pick and citizen science activity around their local river from Sat 27 May to Sun 11 June.To take part, contact sarah.thornley@thames21.org.ukSee More
Mar 20, 2023
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London Lea WaterBlitz at London Lea catchment

April 23, 2023 from 10am to 2pm
The Thames21 Waterblitzes are citizen science projects.The next WaterBlitz for the Brent and London Lea Catchments is on Sunday 23rd April 2023 between 10am and 2pm, with online training at 7.00 on 20th April.It's a great opportunity to get involved to help gather data on the quality of our rivers across the London Lea Catchment. Sign up and share with anyone who may be interested! Here is the Eventbrite link for registration for the day: …See More
Feb 26, 2023

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Six Inches of Soil film night

Posted on May 2, 2024 at 12:00 0 Comments

We had a packed house for our showing on 26 April and an amazing panel.

The film explores the stories of three young farmers in their first year of their journeys to heal the soil on their land by using regenerative farming practices. We see the differences they make to soil and its life, both worms and microscopic life forms, learn how that changes…

Continue

Soil

Posted on March 28, 2024 at 14:19 0 Comments

To quote the Royal Horticultural Society: "Soil plays a key role in the carbon cycle, can hold the water needed for plants to grow, and can help to prevent extreme water crises such as flood events or droughts. Most crucially for our species, it can feed us; perpetually, sustainably and healthily. But to maximise these benefits, we need to keep learning about it, and handle it with care and thought."

What lives in the soil is often little appreciated - bees…

Continue

FINITE: The Climate of Change

Posted on February 25, 2024 at 12:48 0 Comments

On Friday evening we saw a very powerful and moving documentary about two groups of activists, learning about what they were fighting to protect, what it was costing them emotionally and in their lives to do so, and seeing how brave and determined they were.
They were two very different groups, one large group occupying a…
Continue

Film for action: SEED: the untold story

Posted on December 1, 2023 at 13:27 0 Comments

We enjoyed a very beautiful film on 17 November as well as learning a great deal.

 

The wonderful imagery of seeds sprouting, of fields and forests, backgrounded the story of seeds, the importance of having many varieti

es of…

Continue

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