Lincolnshire Organic Gardeners’ Organisation
LOGO was set up in 1999 with the broad aims of promoting the principles and practices of organic horticulture and agriculture to our members and the general public.  It is affiliated to Garden Organic (Henry Doubleday Research Association). The annual membership fee for 2016 is £7 per person.  Current membership varies from small to large gardens, allotments to small holders and amateur to professional. Indoor meetings are held from September to April at Wragby Town Hall on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7.30pm and in the summer months we arrange outdoor visits. What we hope the group might offer includes: Opportunities to learn from experts and fellow members through visits, demonstrations and speakers, about gardening, food production, biodiversity, rural skills etc; Raising awareness to enable collective campaigning on related environmental issues at both a local and national level; Opportunities to meet with like-minded people; Opportunities to help others practically with gardening / growing problems – and to learn from those events; Summer visits to members’ and other gardens / smallholdings / allotments; Sourcing information on the local availability of organic products; Discounts on seeds etc through group purchasing; Outlets where members can trade / barter excess produce;
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Lincolnshire Organic Gardeners’ Organisation
LOGO was set up in 1999 with the broad aims of promoting the principles and practices of organic horticulture and agriculture to our members and the general public.  It is affiliated to Garden Organic (Henry Doubleday Research Association). The annual membership fee for 2016 is £7 per person.  Current membership varies from small to large gardens, allotments to small holders and amateur to professional. Indoor meetings are held from September to April at Wragby Town Hall on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7.30pm and in the summer months we arrange outdoor visits. What we hope the group might offer includes: Opportunities to learn from experts and fellow members through visits, demonstrations and speakers, about gardening, food production, biodiversity, rural skills etc; Raising awareness to enable collective campaigning on related environmental issues at both a local and national level; Opportunities to meet with like-minded people; Opportunities to help others practically with gardening / growing problems – and to learn from those events; Summer visits to members’ and other gardens / smallholdings / allotments; Sourcing information on the local availability of organic products; Discounts on seeds etc through group purchasing; Outlets where members can trade / barter excess produce;
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Welcome to Lincolnshire Organic Gardeners’ Organisation.