Allotment Grower, Rosanna Morris: Organic Heroes
As a mother, Rosanna Morris feels that it's really important to understand more about her family’s food is grown.
Rosanna started her allotment because wants to show her children where their food comes from - she’s started a quiet campaign on her allotment to try and encourage everyone who grows food there to go pesticide and chemical-free...
Together with a group of passionate people, Rosanna has been utilising the power of community to campaign for greener growing spaces that work for nature and wildlife too.
She uses her skills as an artist and printmaker to make wooden signs for the allotment, that help to start conversations and spur on people in neighbouring plots to resist and say no to pesticides.
As part of their Organic Heroes campaign, the Soil Association and Pukka Herbs are proud to celebrate heroes like Rosanna who are encouraging those around them to make a change and working hard to connect their loved ones with where their fruit, vegetables and herbs are coming from.
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Pukka Herbs and the Soil Association share a passion for the planet and especially soil. Pukka’s sustainable and ethically sourced herbs are 100% organic, grown in over 30 countries across the world and certified by the Soil Association for sale in the UK. We are working together in support of the herbs that Pukka use to make their organic teas, and in support of the vital work carried out by the Soil Association Charity. The Organic Heroes campaign is one of our projects.
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