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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.
A press release from shows that things are slowly moving re EU regulations for organic farms. It's great to see that the sector is growing by 9% a year!:…
Organic farming is much more productive than previously thought, according to a new analysis of agricultural studies that challenges the conventional “biased” view that pesticide-free agriculture cannot feed the world. Read the full article…Continue
Do you know anyone interested in working in the sustainable food arena? There are 3 vacancies at Bloombox Salads - salad chef/ food grower/ brand & marketing ambassador! Bloombox Salads is a low carbon bicycle based business that…Continue
Do you want to help develop the food sovereignty movement in the UK, and contribute to the international food sovereignty movement?
Food sovereignty is a viable alternative food system that creates practical, sustainable and democratic…Continue
Some of you will have received a SPAM message recently from somebody called Abiola Bawuah. This was someone who slipped through our membership application process but has now been removed from the site.
Deep sea trawling, which involves terrible damage to sea bottom habitats akin to "bulldozing Stonehenge" is featured in a Herald article by Pete Ritchie, Nourish Director, and Claire Nouvian from the Bloom Campaign. Pete and Claire are working…Continue
Since our last energising national gathering in 2012, the food sovereignty movement in the UK has grown with hundreds of projects thriving across the UK. It is time to gather again, share the amazing progress we have made over the past few years…Continue
Come one and all to the Landworkers' Alliance's 2014 AGM on the 16th and 17th November at the MERCi centre, Manchester.
The weekend is a chance to meet other producers, learn more about the work of…Continue