In this issue: Bristol’s urban farm? · Lawrence Hill Community Forest Garden · Wiltshire Local Food Network launch · The Portas Review · Awards round-up · CSA updates · Bristol City Council High Street Inquiry Day · Fairtrade Business Awards launched · People’s Supermarket · Aquaponics: Part of the solution? · Keith Cowling on Following the Plot: Winter · Chefs’ thoughts from Poco and Tyntesfield · Plus Funding, Events, Courses, Conferences, Training etc.

If you’re one of those people who’ll start out 2012 with good intentions, then you may like to add one or two of these suggestions to your resolutions…

But if you just love local food, then you may like to try them anyway!

1. I’ll shop on a high street in a part of the city that I don’t know very well.
2. I’ll try out a market or food event that I haven’t been to before
3. I’ll try some local produce that I haven’t tried before.
4. I’ll grow something new.
5. I’ll ask where my food has come from.

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