SFADG meeting on Tuesday 26 November, 7.30-9.30 will include a talk on Pukka Herbs by John Collins, the Financial Director. John, who is on our SFADG circulation list, has kindly agreed to talk to us about the sustainability ethos of the company and whether climate change is leading to increasing challenges for their producers. Venue: tbc. Check website or contact us
FUTURE OF UK FARMING AND FOOD PRODUCTION on Tuesday, 19th November, 5.30 for 6- 7.30pm.
Don’t forget this meeting at Bath University, tickets are free. More information here. This promises to be a very interesting meeting and Patrick Holden is a speaker well worth listening to.
PLANNING FOR CHRISTMAS? See our SFADG handout ‘Food for Thought ’: enjoy delicious food, sustainably produced.
THE PANTRY PARTNERSHIP
“We create delicious and nutritious meals from next to nothing – using perfectly good (but very fresh) surplus food that would otherwise go to waste – and share them across our community.” Read about this inspirational initiative in Salisbury here