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Local produce swaps

WHAT IS A PRODUCE SWAP?

Produce swaps are community driven events where growers come together to share excess seeds, plants and produce; they involve no direct exchange, or any form of payment. They are also places to meet and exchange ideas and information and, consequently, encourage and inspire local food growing.

WHY SWAP PRODUCE?

For me produce swapping is permaculture in action, it is: ‘earth care’ by encouraging local food growing; ‘people care’

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