Hot on the heels of good news about funding for the Hebridean Community Garden, comes the launch of a new veggie box scheme by the growing community project.
The Hebridean Community Garden is a horticultural project based at the Clan Macquarrie Community Centre, jointly managed with Urras Oighreachd Ghabhsainn (Galson Estate Trust).
From tomorrow (Thursday 28 October) the gardeners will be running a regular weekly honesty box system for fresh vegetables grown in their polycrubs and raised beds.
The locally-grown, fresh and affordable produce will be made available in careful selections designed to provide variety and tasty options such as kale, pak choi and assorted lettuces.
Picture shows fresh greens grown indoors and out at the Hebridean Community Garden. (read more here https://www.welovestornoway.com/index.php/articles-auto-3/22169-the-hebridean-community-garden-announces-island-communities-fund-grant-success)