Getting your hands dirty

If, like Arnaud, you enjoy the psychological benefits of touching, feeling, getting your hands all over nature but don’t have easy access to an allotment, then have a look at Landshare. By putting landless growers in direct contact with landowners who have soil to spare, Landshare brings together people who have a passion for home-grown food. Whether you want to learn a new skill, fill your lungs with fresh air, or simply save some money on groceries, spending a few hours in the muck is likely to be a ‘fruitful’ experience with lasting environmental – and judging from Arnaud’s experience – personal benefits.

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