In this issue: Get Growing Trail 2014 · Sustainable Fish: A guide to the Guides · Creating a Sustainable Fish City · fish2fork · Good Fish Guide app · Stream Farm’s stream-fed trout · Happy Fish at Co-exist · News from River Cottage Canteen · The importance of purchasing sustainably sourced fish · Food Policy Council update · News from the Network · Fanning the wildfire? Incredible Edible Bristol · Where would we be without herbs? · Following the Plot No. 18 · Food composting at the University of Bath · Food for thought at Bristol Global Aware Conference · Local Food, Delivered · Beacon Lane Starter Farm Update · A Golden Hill Update · Latest news from the Hill! · Growing Opportunities at Windmill Hill City Farm · Events · Conferences & Webinars · Courses & training · Publications · Odds & Ends · Regular Things

In this issue we focus on sustainable fish – where to buy and eat it, where to learn how to cook it, how to identify it through the myriad of labelling systems, and what a Sustainable Fish City might look like for Bristol.

All this, plus the usual roundup of community project news, events, courses and training.

Please email any suggestions for content of the May–June newsletter to bristollocalfood@googlemail.com by 16 April.

Download Bristol’s local food update March-April 2014 here.

Please visit the Bristol Local Food Directory!