Events Roots to Work

Careers in sustainable food and farming

Webinar Tuesday 5 March 2024 11:00 12:00

Join this webinar to explore the range of careers in sustainable food and farming and hear from people already working within the sector. 

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As the focus on climate and nature friendly food increases for communities, businesses and the government, there are a growing number of job roles and opportunities in sustainable food and farming.

Roots to Work and Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming are hosting a webinar to explore careers within the sustainable food and farming sector.

During this webinar you will:

  • Hear from people working in public health, agriculture, food growing and food policy about their career journeys.
  • Find out about different routes into the sector and how to find jobs.
  • Develop an understanding about the skills and experience required in this sector.
  • Have an opportunity to ask questions to the panel.

This webinar is aimed at students aged 14+, careers advisors and other people interested in finding out more about sustainable food jobs.

The event will signpost to a new resource for careers in sustainable food and farming and there will be exclusive additional content for registered participants of the webinar.


The session will be chaired by Sareta Puri, Sustain's Diversity Outreach Coordinator.

For job listings and resources visit


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Published Tuesday 5 March 2024

Roots to Work: Roots to Work is a platform for people to advertise and find jobs in the field of good food. We noticed there wasn’t a unique gathering place for good food opportunities to all sit together and felt it was time to make it happen in the UK.

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