The Community Food Growers Network is looking for someone passionate about social enterprise and urban food growing to support the Network in developing the skills and capacity of our members to be more sustainable, resilient and entrepreneurial.
This year, we’ve got some big plans: we’ll keep on putting food growing on the agenda for the London Plan – the document that shapes planning decisions across London – to fight against gentrification, and for a city that nurtures the environmental and community impact of community food growing projects. We’ll also be strengthening our network of food growing projects across London so we can share strengths and skills and team up for fantastic events.
Find out more about the cool stuff coming up in the latest Community Food Growing news for January 2017: read it here and sign up to our newsletter to receive regular updates
Sign up here to confirm a place at the weekend >> https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/land-for-what-tickets-28307396184
Land plays a central but unmentioned role in our country today: widening inequality, a chronic housing crisis, dysfunctional food system, poor public health and impending climate disasters. We want to bring people together to talk about how land ownership and control is central to all these issues. Together we can unite to fight for the changes we need.
Land For What? is a collaborative space for learning about and challenging the way land is owned, controlled and used in the UK and beyond.
Join us on 12th and 13th November for a participatory weekend of learning, thinking and planning practical action.