|Adrian, the River Cam's warden with his 'catch of the day'|
The Empty Common Community Garden is doing well. This week's blog post is about creative recycling and an unusual partnership that has developed. Adrian, the River Cam's warden is saving tennis balls and five-litre plastic bottles that he finds in the river for our community garden.
This is a great way to reuse litter. Rubbish is retrieved from the river and reused, given a new lease of life (i.e. the reinvention bit). The picture above shows Adrian with some waste fished out from the river. You can find out more about him and all the river Cam's conservation activities by visiting https://twitter.com/CamConservancy or just follow @.
|Plastic bottles as cloches in the garden|
|Tennis balls are used on top of spikes to prevent tears in|
the polytunnel. We featured a similar picture before, but see
how much taller our tomato plants are!