Author Archives: Kay

Tasty feast – Fife Diet legacy and a new beginning for PLANT

Sunday of the 8th of March was a bitter-sweet occasion. We held a fabulous local food feast to celebrate two things – the legacy of the Fife Diet project‘s local food movement as it is wrapping things up, and the … Continue reading

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TrackATree three and four – the suspense is building up

10 March and 18 March 2015 Two-in-one this time – aren’t you lucky;) It’s an incredibly frustrating time at the moment. The buds are bursting – or are they? A surprisingly subtle process. I keep pointing my binoculars up at … Continue reading

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TrackATree second coming – where I brave snow’s ghost

4 March 2015 I rushed out there for my second census a couple of days late, but as soon as I came back from my time away. Tuesday woke up freezing and covered in snow – not just the Sidlaw … Continue reading

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TrackATree 2015 – the first outing

We are back on Track-ATree (I told you all about it last year, remember?) !!! They’ve been chivvying us on to start our census early – since there are some early signs of spring out there already with the mild … Continue reading

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Sharing the stories from intergenerational storytelling in community gardens

I learned two things on Friday at the Scottish Storytelling Centre sessions. Intergenerational storytelling is a very precisely defined practice with its own handbook, rules and funding streams – and aimed at very useful and tangible outcomes for the community. … Continue reading

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Chewing on the nuggets of wisdom from Learning to EATS

Have been meaning to mention this for a while now – I have been helping out a little with PLANT (People Learning about Nature around Tayport), a branch of the Tayport Community Trust. A ponderous name, I know – but … Continue reading

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TrackATree week 8 – trying to pack it all into the penultimate visit

After my last time censusing, I was acutely aware that this may be my penultimate visit. I was also convalescing from a nasty cold and in need of some fresh air. So on 27th of May I took my time … Continue reading

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