Who's grown the weirdest, loveliest or biggest vegetable?
Who's produced the veg with the mostest? You can find out at our Annual Conference in September - one of our biggest events of the year. Among many other things we'll be running a green fair in a beautiful outdoor yurt.
I'm really excited about it because it's a wonderful way for people to show and share what they do, grow and make. I always come away from green fairs full of new ideas and recipes.
The green fair at our conference is a chance to sell local produce - from chutneys, relishes to vegetables, fruit and jams. Our vegetable competition will see people bringing their weirdest, loveliest and biggest vegetables - and their exceptional fruit.
There will be prizes for the winners - so it's time to get growing.
The green fair will take place on the Friday afternoon - the first day of our gathering in Nottingham, 9-11 September. It's one of the many things that will be on the programme of the three day event.
There will also be workshops on different campaign topics, networking, celebrating our successes, discussions with Friends of the Earth's ex-directors and other guest-speakers such as Kate Pickett, author of The Spirit Level, and Nnimmo Bassey, chair of Friends of the Earth International.
And of course there will be a big birthday party on Saturday night for our 40th anniversary.
Bookings are open and places are limited so don't miss out.
Karen Liebenguth, Conference Team
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