Find out what Capital Growth members have to say about their growing spaces, ambitions, and hopes for the future in the 2022-2023 network survey report.
A year in London’s food gardens: Capital Growth network survey findings 2022-2023 summarises the responses of 102 people representing food growing projects. This survey of network members was undertaken during March 2023 and the questions cover details on the members’ garden, their challenges, Capital Growth’s support, and views on what the future focus of the network could be.
Themes of the survey findings include how gardens provide training and education opportunities, how they are working towards accessibility and inclusion goals, the need for more funding and the role and value of Capital Growth as a network.
What next for the network in 2024?
Members priorities for Capital Growth were:
- Supporting the Right to Grow campaign (61%)
- Ways for the network / gardens to support anti-racism in food growing and platforming food growing initiatives led by Black People and People of Colour (48%)
- More indicators to demonstrate their impacts on biodiversity and climate change (36%)
- Engaging councils (34%)
A year in London’s food gardens: Capital Growth network survey findings 2022-2023
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Published Monday 18 December 2023
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.