As part of our research into growing projects and organisations who manage community gardens, Morag met with Wendy Price of Incredible Edible Inverness.

Incredible Edible Inverness is based on the Incredible Edible Network which was set up in Todmorden, England in 2008.  Each “Incredible Edible” group is an unincorporated association which does not own land, and does not do any formal fundraising.  The Inverness branch was founded in 2020 by a former member of Transition Black Isle, Wendy Price, who is Chairperson. Helen Smith (Ballifeary Community Council) is Treasurer.  They support several groups in Inverness who have set up community growing projects.  They in turn are supported by Kirsty Ellen, Highland Council Community Growing Officer.

Example Projects:

Holm Grown at Dores, received £10,000 from the Scottish Land Fund. Very active group supported by Murray McShane of Highland Council. Set up in 2021.

Cairn Medical, headed by Alison Pyott, even has a shed. 

Let’s Grow Ballifeary

River Ness Veg Garden

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