Our crowdfunding campaign to publish the Incredible Edible story made waves in blogs and social media. Here are some of the articles and blogs that tell you a bit more about what we’re doing and why we’re passionate about it.
10 brilliant reasons to plant veg in public places. If you want a quick and dirty summary of why we love Incredible Edible, this piece in the Huffington Post is it! (You can also read it on the Urban Times website.)
Encouraging an urban food revolution around the world – Julian’s piece for This Big City website has reached an international audience.
Be part of an incredible effort. Jackie Sadek’s blog in Estates Gazette explains why Incredible Edible is a big deal in the regeneration world.
Mary Clear’s story about the power of food is the focus of this piece in the well-known Culture Vulture blog – thanks to Emma Bearman for welcoming a guest post.
The Incredible Edible experiment. Julian’s blog for New Start magazine on why Incredible Todmorden is about much more than growing vegetables.
Julian wrote a guest post on the Royal Society of Arts’ Fellowship page – the RSA has been a huge supporter of the Incredible Edible project and Pam Warhurst chairs its Yorkshire and Humber region.
Ten steps towards an incredible edible town. Julian’s article for Shareable magazine was a popular read in the US.
Hope – an update. Joanna Dobson blogs about how action creates hope, not the other way round.
Could your town feel the Incredible effect? Guest blog by Julian for Action for Market Towns.
Incredible Edible – the book! Blog by Julian for the Locality network.
Incredible – and edible. Inspire magazine’s piece on why people from faith communities are getting excited about the idea of sharing food. The Christian environmental writer Ruth Valerio has also published this guest post by Joanna on Parsnips and Peak Oil.
Good news – ‘me’ towns are becoming ‘we’ towns. Julian’s piece for the Revive & Thrive business network.
Joanna Dobson has been interviewed on Sheffield Live! radio – you can listen to the interview here. She’s also written a guest post for food writer Karen Kennaby, who met Pam Warhurst earlier this year. You can read it here. And here she talks to The Green Village about the book and the crowdfunding campaign.
Garden designer Barry Chambers was so excited about the prospect of a book about Incredible Edible he blogged about it straight away. This is what he wrote. The project has also been picked up in the Veg Plotting blog, Rus In Urbis and by Country Wives – as well as by the Lancashire Telegraph.