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Author - Liz Zorab
Publisher - Permanent Publications

Permanent Publications says, "Grounded is the story of a gardening journey, from bare field to bountiful feast! This is an inspiring tale of the transformation of a tired paddock to food abundance in just over four years with little money and a lot of resourcefulness and clever ideas."

About the Author
Permanent Publications says, "Liz Zorab spent more than 20 years working with specialist housing charities and in community development, including setting up the first time bank project in the UK. An award-winning gardener, she gained an RHS Silver Medal for a community-led garden featured on BBC’s ‘Gardeners World Live’ in 2002."

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