This year's diary focuses on the Landshare project started up by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Channel 4. The website puts landowners in touch with aspiring gardeners who are looking for somewhere to put their green fingers to work. Land that would otherwise go to waste is becoming productive and fruitful, bringing communities together and encouraging a whole range of people to join in. The project's 45,000 registered members hail from every corner of the British Isles and they grow everything from daffodils to courgettes - and even grapes! As always in this week-to-view diary, included are useful foodie dates (including many of the major food festivals and agricultural shows), websites, planting tables, weights and measures, seasonality charts and moon phases. The River Cottage Diary 2011 is A5, spiral bound and printed full-colour on 100% recycled paper.