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.
Want to get involved, but don’t know where to start? Why not click through to take a look at our online version of our How-to-Guide? You can now explore our Growing, Cooking, Eating Out & Shopping, Volunteering, and Learning & Working sections.
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.
Gemma Greig takes a few small steps towards a plastic-free life The path towards a more sustainable, plastic-free existence … Read more NEWSLETTER 4-19: Tips for plastic-free living
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
Are you fed up with overpriced, overpackaged vegetables? Come to our Friday market and buy them cheap and plastic-free! … Read more Bridge Farm vegetable market
Have you had a mental health challenge and want to get back to work? If so, did you know … Read more Gardening work placements at Windmill Hill City Farm
Bristol has been successful in its bid to renew its status as a Fairtrade City – an accolade that … Read more Bristol successfully renews Fairtrade City status
Tuesday, 16th Jul 2019
This webinar is being hosted by Racial Equity in Food Systems Working Group (REFS). REFS is a United States … Read more Webinar – Measuring Racial Equity in the Food System: Established and Suggested Metrics
Wednesday, 17th Jul 2019
5 day intensive exploration of the practical, social and economic applications of urban Permaculture – Wednesday 17 July–Sunday 21 … Read more Shift Bristol: Urban Shift course starts
Saturday, 20th Jul 2019
Weekend workshop for fruit gardeners with some experience. Saturday 20 & Sunday 21 July, 10am–4pm Participants learn while working … Read more Pruning Apple & Pear Trees in the Growing season