Join Feeding Liverpool and Liverpool Food Growers Network to network and find out how your organisation can establish a community food growing project
This afternoon session will be an opportunity for community food spaces (food pantries, food hubs, community markets) across the Liverpool City Region to network, meet community growers, and find out how they can establish and develop their own community food growing projects.
We welcome organisations who are also interested in growing herb and flower gardens for their community, and anyone with growing experience who would like to support these organisations.
Refreshments and a light plant-based lunch will be provided by Eat Up Gud.
You will hear from speakers from Kensington Fields Community Association, Grow-Wellbeing and Alchemic Kitchen talking about their experiences of setting up and running community growing projects across the region.
There will also be discussion time focusing on the following topics:
- Engaging the Public Sector on Land Access
- How can you integrate wellbeing with food growing into Health and Social Care
- Distributing the food you grow
- Evidencing your impact
- So you want to set up a food growing project
Who: Community Food Spaces, Community Growers and anyone interested in this topic
When: 12:30pm – 3pm, Wednesday 21st June
Where: Kensington Fields Social Club, 24 Hall Lane, L7 8TQ
How: Register via Eventbrite
For more information, please contact:
Elena Vacca, Feeding Liverpool Project Manager on [email protected]
Minna Alanko-Falola, Liverpool Food Growers Network Chair on [email protected]
Register via Eventbrite here
Feeding Liverpool is the City of Liverpool’s Food Alliance, connecting and equipping people and organisations to work towards good food for all. Building on our work since 2015 tackling hunger and food insecurity, Feeding Liverpool is developing and driving forward Liverpool’s Good Food Plan in partnership with communities and organisations across the city.
Liverpool Food Growers Network supports food growing projects across the Liverpool city region. Their aim is to increase the amount of fresh fruit and vegetables grown by communities ensuring fair access to all. They believe that community food growing can have a significant, positive impact on our communities and can make our city a fairer, greener and more sustainable place to live and thrive.