Hettie Judah
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Harvest Festival Planning Group

Join this group if you would like to be a part of organising Transition Kensal to Kilburn's Harvest Supper and Ceilidh 2015, on Saturday 17th October 2015 in the evening. See More
Aug 26, 2011
3 photos by Hettie Judah were featured
May 17, 2011
Nilufer commented on Hettie Judah's blog post Fresh Ideas
"what a great idea to talk to him and try to implement his ideas locally...I'd love to meet him and listen to his ideas... Nilufer"
Apr 6, 2011
A blog post by Hettie Judah was featured

Fresh Ideas

Hello everyone!I think that I mentioned a young designer called Jochem Faudet at a meeting a while back. His main focus at the moment is working on ways to grown vegetables etc in the city, and creating mechanisms to help people do this in practical way.He likes to use existing structures and to make things very low maintenance - for example his mini urban greenhouse system stores rainwater and monitors the moisture level in the soil, then distributes water accordingly. Take a look at two…See More
Mar 2, 2011
Hettie Judah posted a blog post

Fresh Ideas

Hello everyone!I think that I mentioned a young designer called Jochem Faudet at a meeting a while back. His main focus at the moment is working on ways to grown vegetables etc in the city, and creating mechanisms to help people do this in practical way.He likes to use existing structures and to make things very low maintenance - for example his mini urban greenhouse system stores rainwater and monitors the moisture level in the soil, then distributes water accordingly. Take a look at two…See More
Oct 16, 2010
Hettie Judah posted an album

Queen's Park Day

Washing, sorting, chopping, chipping, crushing, squeezing, pouring and drinking apples juice in the sunshine
Oct 11, 2010
Hettie Judah posted photos
Oct 11, 2010
Michael Stuart commented on Hettie Judah's blog post Fallen Fruit, Los Angeles
"Thanks very much for the offer to pick on Saturday. I'm going to the National Fruit Collection in Kent that day. We are picking Sunday at 11am if you're free then and in any case hopefully we'll say hello at the Transition stall in…"
Sep 11, 2010
Hettie Judah commented on Hettie Judah's blog post Fallen Fruit, Los Angeles
"Hi Michael 550 kilos is an amazing figure! I like the way they did it on the map above with the different colours - I was walking around the old WIllesden graveyard this afternoon thinking of all the species you'd want on a london map: apples,…"
Sep 10, 2010
Michael Stuart commented on Hettie Judah's blog post Fallen Fruit, Los Angeles
"Picking public fruit is great. We've picked two street trees so far this year, in Douglas Road and All Souls Avenue and. the public reaction is good fun. The total of all fruit picked by 10th September is 550kg. You can taste it, juiced, at…"
Sep 10, 2010
Hettie Judah posted a blog post

Fallen Fruit, Los Angeles

Hi EveryoneAt the meeting last week I mentioned the work of the LA arts collective Fallen Fruit - the group started off making maps of publicly accessible fruit trees in their neighborhood, and since then have expanded into other actions including public jam making and fruit swaps. I love what they do, and I think it would be great to do a map of public fruit in out neighborhood.This is the map that they did of their local area. They've been invited to do maps in Denmark and Austria, so it's…See More
Sep 10, 2010
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Sep 10, 2010

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Fresh Ideas

Posted on October 11, 2010 at 9:37 1 Comment

Hello everyone!


I think that I mentioned a young designer called Jochem Faudet at a meeting a while back. His main focus at the moment is working on ways to grown vegetables etc in the city, and creating mechanisms to help people do this in practical way.


He likes to use existing structures and to make things very low maintenance - for example his mini urban greenhouse system stores rainwater and monitors the moisture level in the soil, then…
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Fallen Fruit, Los Angeles

Posted on September 10, 2010 at 9:17 3 Comments

Hi Everyone


At the meeting last week I mentioned the work of the LA arts collective Fallen Fruit - the group started off making maps of publicly accessible fruit trees in their neighborhood, and since then have expanded into other actions including public jam making and fruit swaps. I love what they do, and I think it would be great to do a map of public fruit in out neighborhood.
This is the map that they did of their local…
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