I took The Girl last weekend to FADA's new community garden, where a group of African immigrants joined our group in setting up containers and shelves. It's not much yet, but it's starting.
When my group started talking about this a few years ago, we thought we would be trend-setters. Now, though, as I drive between villages, I see posters everywhere for allotments and gardens. There is a booming demand for them now, and many farmers in our immediate area are offering their land for the purpose. It is amazing to see how quickly they have appeared, and how rapidly they have multiplied.
It's not much yet, but it's starting.