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Like all of us, Norfolk Organic Group does not exist in isolation. It is part of a network of individuals and groups that care about our connection with the plants that we grow and the food we eat.

A healthy network is essential to all life. 

National Connections

Garden Organic wants to help you garden 'the organic way', using natural methods to promote healthy, productive, sustainable gardens.

The Soil Association is working with everyone to transform the way we eat, farm and care for our natural world.

Permaculture is a design process. It helps design intelligent systems which meet human needs whilst enhancing biodiversity, reducing our impact on the planet, and creating a fairer world for us all.

The Landworkers’ Alliance is a union of farmers, growers, foresters and land-based workers. Their mission is to improve the livelihoods of members and create a better food and land-use system for everyone.

Whilst principally focussed on conservation work. The RSPB provide valuable advice on wildlife gardening and working with nature to help end the wildlife and climate emergency

RHS is a national gardening charity and whilst not fully organic they do provide advice on a range of plant and garden related matters.

Local Connections

  • Norfolk Green Care Network - believes in the power of connecting with nature, and welcomes all those who are interested or actively involved in fostering Green Care activities that in some way deliver ‘nature connection’ for people.
  • Norfolk Wildlife Trust - is the oldest Wildlife Trust in the country. Its vision: Where the future of wildlife is protected and enhanced through sympathetic management and people are connected with and inspired by Norfolk’s wildlife and wild spaces.
  • Norwich Farmshare - an eco-award winning not-for-profit cooperative, modelling sustainable urban food supply in Norwich. They aim to reconnect people with nature, share good food, and learn together... whilst and having lots of fun.
  • Goodery - a local, online grocery store on a mission to care for people and the planet.
  • Eves Hill Veg Co - is a Community Market Garden based in Aylsham Norfolk. They hold weekly volunteer days and deliver training programmes for people wishing to learn about food growing.
  • Tilia Market Garden - are a small vegetable farm providing beautiful produce for your plate, grown in Hempnall, South Norfolk.
  • Edible East - promotes a healthy and sustainable future for everyone through creative workshops, community gardening and cultural events, all informed by the latest research.
  • Sustainable Living Initiative is a Norwich based organisation which works to improve the quality of life for individuals and communities through gardening and environmental projects. One of their projects is Marlpit Community Garden
  • The Common Plot is there for everyone. It’s a space to grow and share food, to learn and be active, to connect with one another and with the world around us. 
  • Norfolk Master Composters - This project is delivered as a partnership between Norfolk County Council and Garden Organic. It started in 2006 and aims to raise Norfolk residents’ awareness of the benefits of home composting.