In this issue: Green Capital Update · Bristol’s Food Policy Council Update · FUSIONS · GreenCook: Towards a global sustainable management of food · Inspiration from Milan · Food! @ Bristol · Real Economy launches food buying groups · Incredible Edible Update! · Grow Bristol: Growing from a project into a business · Redcliffe Children’s Centre Food Project · Sim’s Hill update · The Sustainable Food Trust · ‘Food for Life’ in Bristol · The Conqueror Worn: SusWot’s Wormery Project · Following the Plot No. 21 · How to get better food on restaurant menus in your area · Bristol in the running for Bloomberg prize for local food revolution · Golden Hill update · News from River Cottage Canteen Bristol · The Community Farm · Buzz into Bristol’s bee and pollination festival · National Trust Apple Pressing Tour 2014 · How does our Community Orchard grow? · Yummy and though-provoking stuff at the Coexist Community Kitchen · Events · Courses & training · Publications · Odds & ends · Regular things

The Green Capital Food Action Group has been busy pulling-together a whole load of energy and activity across the city into some potential collaborative plans for 2015. If you’d like to get involved, or to help bring any of these projects into fruition next year, please get in touch:

Download Bristol’s local food update September-October 2014 here.

Please visit the Bristol Local Food Directory!