“My involvement in GIY has really helped me in both my physical and mental wellbeing. It has also helped me connect with the local community and I’ve loved helping other people to grow their own food!”
Theha leqephe la projeke ea hao
Tobetsa konopo e tala ea ho qala ho ngolisa le ho theha leqephe la morero oa hao. E potlakile, e lokolohile ebile e bonolo.
Qetella Phephetso ea matsatsi a 30
Qetella mehato e bonolo ka mora matsatsi a 30 ho etsa hore projeke ea hao e theohe fatshe.
Kenya tshebetsong morero oa hao
Latela tataiso ea mehato e 5 le moralo oa tshebetso oa hao ho tlisa morero bophelong.
Arolelana ka tshusumetso
Arolelana Tshusumetso ka ho beha kakaretso le linepe le ho phethela lipatlisiso.
E kholo bakeng sa
Tlhahiso: As a Champion you’ll need up to 4 hours per week to start and maintain your GIY Group.
Lintlha tse ling mabapi le mokhoa oa ho qala le lisebelisoa life kapa life tse arolelanoang ke Grow it Yourself - US
1208 Grow it Yourself - US merero e se e qalileBona moo
Welcome to GIY. As this crisis unfolds we've seen an overwhelming interest in food growing. We want to help as many people as possible to start growing their own food and we hope you'll join us to inspire more people in your community to grow some food, firstly by 'growing it forward' sharing seeds and seedlings with neighbors and when restrictions allow, by launching a GIY Group or a community food growing project. Food is an area where people can take actions that have immediate sustainability and health impacts, and growing some of your own food is a simple, compelling way to develop a deeper understanding and connection with food which in GIY we call ‘food empathy’.