FCFCGFederation of City Farms and Community Gardens (UK)
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There are also pointers to where all these kind of groups can get information and support from FCFCG itself.
Due to be published next month, thousands of copies of the map will be distributed to all of FCFCG member projects across the region, plus local authorities, schools, libraries and tourist information centres.
As a result stronger links were forged with local conservation groups like Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust and national organisations such as FCFCG.
There are 45 projects featured, but FCFCG development coordinator for Wales Katie Jones said this was just the tip of the iceberg: "As well as the groups on the map, there are more than 130 groups not yet members of FCFCG, plus many more new and fledgling groups being set up all the time.
Organised by Organic Centre Wales and the FCFCG, it will also see the launch of a "CSA survival guide" giving guidance for CSA groups.
Volunteers will share their experience today at the Eden Project in Cornwall, where the FCFCG best practice document will be launched.
Rupert Dunn, of FCFCG, said: "CSA offers a great opportunity to explore selling produce, get more involved on the land, growing food, and create employment.
Today the FCFCG in Wales - which goes by the name of Tyfu Pobl (Growing People) - supports 228 projects in total, funded under the Rural Development Programme by the Welsh Government and the European Union.
Her community growing initiatives have benefited more than 7,000 people and increased membership of FCFCG by 800%.