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
Unlocked: Avoiding Food Poverty in Lockleaze is a guide for anyone in Lockleaze who is struggling to buy food and/or is … Read more Unlocked: Avoiding Food Poverty in Lockleaze
Individuals and organisations across the city are being asked to take action and support ‘Going for Gold’, Bristol’s bid … Read more Bristol bids to become a Gold Sustainable Food City by the end of 2020
For the past seven Get Growing Garden Trails, we’ve had a wonderful band of volunteer photographers who’ve helped document … Read more Volunteer photographers needed!
Wednesday, 22nd May 2019
Are you trying to encourage people to start using reusable cups and can’t seem to inspire them? Are you … Read more Understanding Human Motivations and Barriers to Reuse
Thursday, 23rd May 2019
Rebecca Bevan is a professional gardener who has worked for RHS Wisley, BBC Gardeners World and now the National … Read more Avon Organic Group: Designing a multi-purpose garden
Saturday, 25th May 2019
25/26th May 2019, 9.30–5pm Feed Bristol, Frenchay Park Road, Bristol Productive, low maintenance, ecological, aesthetic, edible spaces Would you … Read more Designing Edible Spaces at Feed Bristol