Rooted in Hull

Project Category: OtherProject Tags: Art, Education, Energy, Gardens, Mental Health, Parks and Sharing Economy

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  • Our Story

    Rooted in Hull (RiH) is an innovative Urban Agriculture Project currently being developed on St Peter’s Street in the centre of Hull.

    Working in partnership with local business, RiH has take over a vacant development site and with the help of a broad coalition of community groups, local and national charities, it is transforming a long standing derelict site into community space and micro enterprise hub based around food, farming and the environment that will support city residents where it is most needed.

    The concept and site are constantly adapting to new ideas formed collaboratively with those local partnerships, all of which maintain our key ethos of being environmentally friendly with a positive and supportive outreach to the community. By working as an opensource project also – in regards to skill-sets and information – we hope to make as much impact for good as we can by giving others the tools to help themselves. That could be anything from growing their own food at home, to giving them a space to build a business on our site. 

    Due to the extent of RiH’s aspirations for the coming years, it is difficult to fit everything into a short description, so if you have any questions or would like to get involved, feel free to message us about the project at any time 🙂

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    St. Peter's Street, Hull