In this issue: Bristol Independents Day 4th July · Food Policy Council update · Bristol visit to Lyon, 3–6 June · Bristol urban food growing survey update · Get Growing Garden Trail 2014 · Take the Pig Pledge and help end animal factories · Tyntesfield orchard · GoodGym · Severn Project success · Sims Hill growing news · Beacon Farms update · Golden Hill update · The Fruit Machine · How smart phones are changing the way we eat · Fire at Trinity Community Garden · News from River Cottage Canteen Bristol · Events at the Community Farm · The urban forager · Elm Tree Farm on Open Farm Sunday · Chelsea Fringe · Delight your taste buds with exotic fruit and veg · Following the Plot No. 20: Tunnel vision · Feed Avalon · Windmill Hill City Farm · Events at Lawrence Weston Community Farm · Events · Courses · Business · Publications · Odds&Ends · Regular Things
Summer is here and the crops are finally cropping. It’s the time of year when all that work on cold, damp March days, finally begins to pay off. In the city, we’re starting to see the fruits of all the behind-the-scenes work initiated by Bristol City Council’s Sustainable Cities Team and the Food Policy Council, as the Good Food Charter and Plan help us to frame proposals for Bristol Green Capital 2015. If you haven’t got involved yet, it’s not too late to sow seeds for next year!
Download Bristol’s local food update July-August 2014 here.
Please visit the Bristol Local Food Directory!