Bristol Food Network C.I.C. supports, informs and connects individuals, community projects, organisations and businesses who share a vision to transform Bristol into a sustainable food city.
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Back this June for the 8th time, the Get Growing Garden Trail is your chance to explore the city’s hidden productive gardens and learn more about nature-friendly growing.
On 26 June a handful people of Bristol-based people were lucky enough to be at the annual ‘Sustainable Food … Read more NEWSLETTER 8-18: Sustainable Food Cites Conference – a real buzz
Bristol is set to get inspired about food as a new programme “Teaching the City to Cook” which has … Read more NEWSLETTER 3–18: Teaching a city to cook
Sims Hill started the year with the threat of being turned to tarmac as a new Park & Ride, … Read more Sims Hill is launching a crowdfunder
Bristol’s first ever ‘Community Fridge’, opened its doors within Compass Point Children’s Centre for a 2 month trial prior … Read more Official launch of Bristol’s first Community Fridge
Are you a mobile food trader or catering business? Do you want to trade in some of Bristol’s most … Read more Pitches for food traders in Bristol’s parks and docks
Tuesday, 26th Mar 2019
Proceeds of this talk will be donated to St. Peter’s Hospice, Bristol. Charles Dowding has practised No Dig gardening … Read more No Dig Gardening Talk with Charles Dowding
Hosted by West of England Herb Group. Our very own President, the herb expert, author and broadcaster Jekka McVicar … Read more Talk: Jekka on designing a herb garden
Can changes in land use save us from climate change? Land use produces around a quarter of the world’s … Read more Land Use and Climate Change