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The Declaration of Dunbar
We are working towards a sustainable Scotland in which, in every region we produce more of what we eat and eat more of what we produce.
We believe a more localised food system would be better for the environment, health, community and economy of our country. We are building a movement to create a food system that is:
These steps are essential in order to ensure a fairer more equitable food system appropriate for a low carbon economy.
Our food system isn’t working. This is hardly surprising, given that the old ideas of corporations – industrialisation and intensification – are still clinging to dominance. This mantra of agribusiness dates back to the nineteenth century:…Continue
Nourish responded to the All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into Hunger and Food Poverty which you can find on our website under public consultations.…Continue
Follow this link to an interesting read about roof top farming amongst other approaches to urban farming:…Continue
The BBC Good Food Shows, proudly run by River Street Events, are searching for outstanding producers of speciality food and drink and want to reward them for their passion and dedication. The Producers Bursary Awards gives producers…Continue
The Co-operative has been reviewing it's sustainable food policy. They are keen to explore how we really value food and how we can influence consumers to make more aware shopping choices that can help to reduce waste, support our well-being and…Continue