Growing the Network creates promotional materials for edible flint.
Materials created include t-shirts, brochure, and a one-pager on edible flint.
View the Growing and Urban Food Garden Guide, brochure and one-pager pdfs here:
Growing the Network creates information to orient newedible flint participants to the work of the network. Materials created or underway include a one page description of work groups, and a map of gardens.
Growing the Network is creating a growing guide to promote edible flint. The guide will include information on edible flint as well as a step by step description of how to create a food garden.
Growing the Network creates systems to share information within the network. Activities include making work group notes available at general edible flint meetings, creating systems to store information through Google docs, creating systems to store photos through Flickr.
Growing the Network creates web-based media to share information about edible flint. This includes coordinating the creation and maintenance of a web-page, a Facebook page, and using Twitter and Tumblr/Vimeo to spread the word about edible flint activities and opportunities.
Growing the Network created and updates a web-based calendar with information about edible flint meetings and events.
Growing the Network creates and updates a web-based community food and gardening event calendar including meetings, trainings, workshops, and events related to urban food gardening.
Growing the Network creates and updates a power point presentation about edible flint to share with residents and organizations at meetings and events.
Growing the Network recruits and trains edible flint participants to present about edible flint at meetings, events and conferences to spread the word and increase participation in edible flint from within the community.
Growing the Network coordinates set up and staffing of edible flint display and information table at meetings, events, and conferences to spread the word about edible flint activities in the community. During 2011, participants reached 1,631 residents through presentations and events.