Posted by: Philip Carr-Gomm | September 17, 2013

Prince of Wales My Grove Project

MyGrove_HiResThe Prince of Wales has started the MyGrove project for schools in Britain. He writes:

“As a keen gardener and farmer myself, it is wonderful to see the seasons producing different flowers and fruits – from the golden daffodils of early Spring to the ripe red apples of Autumn.

Through your school, we’d like you to join our Mygrove challenge – keeping an up-to-date- online blog about your own growing experiences. Whether you are creating a herb garden, tending a vegetable patch, building a bird box or simply growing flowers in a window box, we would like to hear from you.” What a lovely idea. Details here 

Information about the Sacred Grove project of the Order of Bards Ovates & Druids can be found here. Next year will be the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the Order and we are encouraging the creation of 50th anniversary groves. We’ve heard news from New Zealand, Australia and Wales that groves will be planted, and we’re looking forward to hearing about other groves being planned.


Responses

  1. Would be so nice if they promoted something similar to the youngsters in the U.S. /|\

  2. Reblogged this on anastaciamoore and commented:
    What an excellent idea!


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