Leith Community Crops in Pots website has moved address to- leith-community-crops-in-pots.org - See you there!
Connecting with nature and saving money!
We are for a happy, healthy, leafy Leith.
Growing food benefits your pocket, your health, your mood and the environment, and is particularly good for children.
We are showing the way, growing food in the heart of an urban community - yes, it can be done!
We aim to build a more rural lifestyle into this urban world. Well, this little part of the world we call Leith.
As our ideas take root, we should certainly meet the government targets for health and well-being, and whilst doing all this we too are growing environmental sustainability.
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Huge congratulations to Leithers!!!
We are absolutely delighted to share with you the results of our 2015 baseline study on Leithers' food and recycling behaviour.
Please do have a read and check out what people have being doing in Leith:
'Leith's Responsible Global Citizens: Dietary, Food Waste and Recycling Habits.'
Guess the answers to the following questions. Then click on them to see if you are right!
- What proportion of households got at least 50% of their food by shopping on foot?
- For what proportion of households was Tesco not a major source of food?
- What was the maximum number of new plastic shopping bags taken weekly by any household surveyed?
- What proportion of households stated they recycled paper and cardboard?
- What proportion of households ate no lamb?
- What proportion of households ate at least some organic fruit and vegetables?
- What proportion of households wasted no dairy products?
- How many portions of fruit were wasted weekly, on average, by each household?
- What proportion of households' food did not come from supermarkets?
- How many portions of grain-based food did households waste weekly on average?
- What proportion of meat consumed by meat-eating households was free-range?
Downloadable from this link!