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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.
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Yep, the holidays are over, the kids are back to school, the nights are drawing in and Autumn is on its way. But cheer up, it's the Portobello Market on Saturday 5th September.
The Caleerie Buskers will be on site to add some light…Continue
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Did someone say it was summer?! Last market was a bit wet and the one before a bit windy, so I reckon we should be in for a hot and sunny one!
All your usual traders will be on site at the next…
How do we end food bank hell?
by Shelagh Young @sheel9
I recently attended a Scottish Government hosted workshop which introduced a large audience to the Massachusetts institute of Technology’s (MIT) U.lab and the…Continue