Care About Food? Help improve Edinburgh Food Growing Strategy

13jan7:00 pm8:45 pmCare About Food? Help improve Edinburgh Food Growing StrategyA draft Food Growing Strategy is out for consultation. After contributions from two speakers on support for producing good local food we shall get our discussion going in smaller groups. Book: https://food13jan.eventbrite.co.uk Online7:00 pm - 8:45 pm OrganiserTransition EdinburghEvent TypeWorkshop & TrainingThemeFood & Agriculture,Nature & Biodiversity

Event Details

Care About Food? Help us improve a Food Growing Strategy for Edinburgh 7.00-8.45pm Wed 13 Jan.

A
draft Food Growing Strategy is out for consultation. Help us prepare a
response! After contributions from two speakers on support for
producing good local food we shall get our discussion going in smaller
groups.

Book: https://food13jan.eventbrite.co.uk

Prof
Lynn Jamieson, Gracemount Community Garden, will set the scene and
chair the event. Stuart McKenzie, President of the Federation of
Edinburgh and District Allotments and Gardens Associations (FEDAGA) will
update us on ‘Landfill to Gold – Communal Composting at Inverleith
Allotments’.

The CEC consultation is open till Monday 18 January – you can respond any time before then.

An
interactive session for all those working on local solutions to the
Growing Crisis amid the Climate and Ecological Emergency. Transition
Edinburgh – long-time advocates for a climate neutral capital city
through awareness raising sessions – invites your contributions!

  • Does the draft recognise climate, nature loss and local food sovereignty?
  • Does it address YOUR concerns about local food growing opportunities?
  • Share your vision for a more resilient regional growing capacity
  • Explore social justice co-benefits of joining dots on food issues.

Background

Time

(Wednesday) 7:00 pm - 8:45 pm

Location

Online

Organiser

Transition Edinburgh

Pathways to building a fairer, carbon neutral future

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