East Anglia Green Links Page

Here are some East Anglia green links to represent some of the excellent eco organisations in the east of England.

"Think globally, act locally" was the mantra of the Rio Earth Summit. So, I'm putting a few links to East Anglian sites which have an environmental and/or alternative health care emphasis. There are quite a few interesting initiatives around here! In fact, one of the pioneers of the organic movement, Eve Balfour, started her work in Suffolk.

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East Anglian Organisations and Businesses

Green Living Centre has some information on local farm shops, local green groups and events. They are becoming a hub for green activism - transition towns, LETs schemes, wildlife groups and the like.

Green Suffolk An initiative to make Suffolk the UK's greenest county. They give awards for green initiatives and businesses.

The Apricot Centre in North Essex provides courses in permaculture, "process psychology" and yoga. "Our focus is sustainable living - People, Food, Energy & the Land."

The Green Light Trust promotes forest schools and wild spaces for communities and school children and teaches good stewardship to young people.

Maidenhall People's Community Garden is a new example of public funds and local input being used to create a garden and horticultural site for all.

Orchard Barn are renovating an old barn and orchard and running courses on sustainable crafts and building techniques.

The Garden and Chicken Company design gardens, supply chicken care products and chickens and sell soft fruit plants. They also run courses.

The Oak Tree Low Carbon Farm is a new venture which sells garden produce in the Ipswich area. "We grow vegetables, fruit, flowers, herbs and firewood with sustainable techniques using no artificial fertilizers or pesticides, reducing our carbon footprint to an absolute minimum." They also run Ipswich's first example of Community Supported Agriculture.

Elveden Estate near Thetford is promoting local food from Norfolk and Suffolk and works on conservation projects. They are not organic.

Marilyn Griffin Therapy - therapies to help you to be how you want to be.

Barbara Wicks, Nutritional Therapist Barbara practises in Ipswich and also offers NAET and Airnergy treatments.

Concord Media is a national and indeed international DVD seller of programmes on ecology, mental health, racism and all the usual subjects you would expect from a a 50 year-old Quaker charity.

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