Can you believe that the Food Forest Project started over a year ago having launched June 2018?
To celebrate, we now have a membership scheme which will allow you to support our current and future projects.

Membership for as little as £2 per month!  

Why become a member?

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Local communities:
“Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much”, Helen Keller. 

Our communities are broken. The way we live our modern lives, with not a moment to stand still and communicate with the people around us has led to a massive proliferation in cases chronic loneliness and social isolation. This is having a huge impact on our mental health, and general wellbeing. By becoming a member of the Food Forest Project, you will be funding the regeneration of soil and society, and helping us to create natural spaces full of biodiversity; a safe haven for both nature and for us.

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The wildlife around us is decreasing at an alarming rate.  Insects have declined by 40% with a third being endangered, and once common animals such as the hedgehog, Natterjack toad and hare are now endangered species, which means our children may never get to see them in the wild. We owe these terrible losses to the intensive way in which we use our natural landscapes. Contemporary agricultural practices have led to habitat loss with the over use of chemical fertilisers and pesticides causing a mass insect loss, which has a further detrimental effect in the breakdown of the food chain. Help is at hand. If we produce our food locally, and in a sustainable, low impact way, we can begin to heal the harm that we have done. Be apart of the movement.  

Climate Breakdown:

Our world is warming at a rate previously unknown to mankind. Temperature increase that would naturally take hundreds of thousands of years has taken only twenty years, and is only speeding up. Major ecosystems such as the Great Barrier Reef, responsible for up to 25% of life in our oceans, is collapsing. The Amazon Basin responsible for one fifth of the fresh water on earth is being decimated to make way for animal feed and palm oil plantations. In 2018, the UN commissioned a report on climate change undertaken by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).  The report concluded that if we don’t curb our carbon emissions within twelve years we will no longer be able to stop climate change and vast swathes of our planet will become uninhabitable. We still have time, be apart of the remedy. Help us to bring biodiversity back to the countryside, and to your communities.

Choose a membership to suit you, and make a stand for people and planet today:

Our most popular types of membership are

  • Individual membership - £2 per month

  • Joint membership - £3.80 per month

  • Family membership - £5 per month

  • Individual or Joint Life membership - £500

Membership benefits:

Receive discounts for events, courses and activities

With your membership card you’ll receive a free drink at our events

Receive quarterly newsletters letting you know of upcoming projects, and what we've been up to.

For more information please
contact us here. 

Did somebody order some trees…?

Friday the 9th of November 2018 was a very good day for us here at the Food Forest Project. We received confirmation not only from the Woodland Trust granting us a large amount of wild harvest trees, but also from the Conservation Volunteers granting us a further amount of wild harvest trees. That’s good news for wildlife and nature, and great news for the communities local to our plots!

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Turtle Dove

These trees will play an instrumental role in the creation of habitat for windling species such as the Turtle Dove, which has suffered a 91% UK population decline since 1995, the elusive Nightingale that hides in dense bushes and hedgerows of which the RSPB believes we only have 6000 breeding pairs left in the UK, different varieties of bats and many other declining species that will shelter and feed on the trees and shrubs, and the insects they house.



Working with local communities, and with the help of organisations such as the Woodland Trust and the Conservation Volunteers, the Food Forest Project shall endeavour to plant up agroforests, re-wildhedgerows and sustainably produce crops to heal the natural landscape, and yield unprocessed, natural food for people to pick and eat for free, and with no waste!

If you’d like to learn more about what we do, please visit our website, and perhaps soon

with your help, we’ll have a food forest near you.