Promoting our Produce is part of the Tamara Landscape Scheme and we are delighted to be leading on this project over the next few years. The project aims to help rejuvenate the Tamar Valley’s market gardening industry by supporting existing and new market gardening enterprises and community groups in a number of ways. This includes the creation of new community allotments; specialised training and demonstration sites; a network of local food ambassadors, creation of a new apple juicing facility and shouting about the amazing food and drink that is produced in the area.
There’s lots of ways to get involved in the Promoting our Produce project and wider Tamar Landscape Scheme activities and some great volunteering opportunities too including helping support a local school with their allotment plot, work experience days and helping out at events.
If this is something you would be interested in doing, please fill in our volunteering form – Click here
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The Tamara Landscape Partnership Scheme aims to create a brighter future for the Tamar Valley and its communities by working with farmers, landowners and communities to manage and enhance landscapes that are rich in wildlife, as well as cultural and historic heritage; to help improve access to special places and to promote ways for people to enjoy the landscape whilst improving their health and wellbeing. With match-funding commitments from other partners, the total to be invested across the Tamar Valley landscape until 2025 will be £3.2 million.