Additional information for Taste a Better Future - Climate Action Fund proposal
This page, produced July 2023, shares additional information in support of the Taste a Better Future proposal to the Climate Action Fund. The lead national partner is Sustain: The alliance for better food and farming; the supporting national partner is Landworkers Alliance.
Taste a Better Future, stage 2 bid documents
These have already been submitted via the Climate Action Fund hub:
- Narrative answers to key questions: download
- Project Plan: download
- Sustain and LWA response to questions on: How will our Climate Hubs generate action on climate and nature?: download
- Sustain and LWA response to Budget questions: download
We also submitted detailed descriptions and financial information about the national partners (Sustain and LWA) and the Local Partners - Climate Hubs. These documents have been removed from this page, but are available to any of the partners on request: email@example.com
Additional evidence and background reading
- Fringe Farming: peri-urban agroecology towards resilient food economies and public goods. Local and national policy recommendations to support agroecological farming producing multiple benefits at the edge of UK cities. Based on research and action planning with multiple stakeholders in four city regions, national farmer forums and policy focus groups.
- Quantifying the benefits of peri-urban farming: How much do you get by converting just 1% of peri-urban land for fringe farming? Hint: a lot!
- How can peri-urban farming flourish in the Bristol region? Bristol Food Producers, Shared Assets and Sustain's joint findings and action plan to develop agroecological market gardens at the edge of Bristol city.
- Sustain briefing: Fringe Farming in London: presents the social, economic and environmental case for more commercial, agro-ecological fruit and vegetable production in London’s urban fringe.
- Policy, practice and action for local food growing: working with local authorities: A Fringe Farming panel discussion to find out about working with (and within) local authorities to overcome the barriers to growing food in and around towns and cities.
- Peri Urban (Community Farming) Practitioners Forum: Priorities and participants (August 2022)
- Parliamentary roundtable: Farming the Fringe: unlocking land and opportunities for local food production and new enterprise - recording, notes and policy briefing (June 2022)
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