Catch up on our webinar about why councils should embrace opportunities that urban and peri-urban food growing presents, particularly in the wake of Covid-19.
At the webinar, we shared best practice examples of councils showing leadership from Sustain’s Response, Resilience and Recovery report, heard from councils and growing initiatives about their experiences and partnership-working and finished with a myth-debunking session and Q&A.
This event was aimed at councils (London and national) wanting to learn more about how to support food growing initiatives and how this work supports their wider strategies and aims. Also for food growing initiatives and network organisations that want to work more closely with their councils and get more support.
Chaired by Dee Woods (Sustain Trustee), speakers included:
- Sarah Williams, Fi McAllister and Rob Logan from Sustain
- Mariella Diaz-Tommasiello from Waltham Forest
- Rasheeqa Ahmad from Hedge Herbs
- Abi Mordin from Glasgow Food Network
- Emma Eaves-Anderson from London Borough of Greenwich
Watch the webinar in full above and take a look at our draft briefing on The Role of Councils in Community Food Growing
Published 20 Apr 2021
Capital Growth: We believe everyone should have the opportunity to grow food as part of a healthy, resilient food system and we are working with our network of growers in London to make this happen.
12 Oct 2022
The summit will consider meat and dairy production and consumption in the context of the climate and nature emergency, where inspiring work and opportunities exist, and the assumptions and underlying values about meat which have shaped our policy to date.
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