Resources

There are many people, places and organisations across the world who are working to transform food in their communities – just like us. We recognise the power of working together so have started to gather information from projects and activities which we hope will be of interest to you. If you know of anything great which we’re missing then just send us the link.

Community gardens

Community groups

  • The Pod

    The Pod aims to tackle local food poverty in West Howe and Kinson and help build community cohesion by improving access to locally grown and resourced food.

    www.the-pod.info

Cooking & eating

Fairtrade

Food poverty

  • The Pod

    The Pod aims to tackle local food poverty in West Howe and Kinson and help build community cohesion by improving access to locally grown and resourced food.

    www.the-pod.info

Food surplus & waste

  • Love Food, Hate Waste

    Money saving tips on how to store food, cook the right amounts and loads of great recipes for leftovers.

    england.lovefoodhatewaste.com

Food system

Growing for health and wellbeing

  • Cherry Tree Nursery

    A commercial plant nursery providing work rehabilitation in a supportive environment for adults with severe and enduring mental illness.

    www.cherrytreenursery.org.uk

  • Holton Lee

    Holton Lee is located in a unique and secluded part of Dorset and provides time and space for personal growth through access to arts, the environment and growing.

    www.holtonlee.org

Growing your own

Local food organisations

Sustainable fish

  • Marine Stewardship Council

    The MSC works with partners to encourage sustainable fishing practices. Look for their blue ecolabel on sustainable fish and seafood in shops and restaurants.

    www.msc.org

  • Sustainable Fish Cities

    Information on the national Sustainable Fish Cities programme, including facts and figures on the fishy problem and news from the cities taking part.

    www.sustainweb.org/sustainablefishcity

  • Marine Conservation Society

    The Good Fish Guide to help you eat more sustainable fish and become a fishy friend.

    www.fishonline.org