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Forth Environment Link, Basement Office, Earlsgate House, St Ninians Road, Stirling, FK8 2HE.

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01786 449215

 

Welcome

We hope you enjoy using this site to network and connect with others who are interested in our environment. 

The site is a great way to share information, blog, upload photos and videos, discuss issues and learn about events.

Let's create a greener and healthier future together.

If you have any comments about the site then please contact jane@forthenvironmentlink.org

Politics of Food Residency

Delfina Foundation (DF) is inviting artists, curators, writers, film makers and other cultural practitioners interested in exploring issues surrounding the politics of food to apply for our first theme-based residency, scheduled to run from mid January to mid April 2014 Read more!

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Community Food Map of Forth Valley Area

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Spring Feast Together at Stirling Boys Club opposite the Tolbooth

April 23, 2014 from 6:30pm to 9pm
Spring Feast TogetherBring and share a dish you have made, with everyone - Guest Speaker is Kate…See More
Mar 31
 
 
 

Members

We are Hiring!

We are now recruiting for:

FEL Administration Officer

FVO Project Support Officer

Zero Waste Communities Support Officer

For more on information please click here

Community Food Fund puts Stirling On the Map

Forth Environment Link (FEL) is pleased to announce that funding has been secured to develop a local food map for the Stirling area.  The food map will identify local growers & producers, suppliers, retailers and restaurants where local food is produced, sold and served. 

"The project, “Celebrating the Foods of Stirling,” is supported by the Community Food Fund, which is financed by The Scottish Government and has been created to promote local food and drink, in line with Scotland’s National Food and Drink Policy (www.communityfoodfund.co.uk).

The project will be led by Emily Harvey, Grow Forth Local Food Network Officer, and overseen by a local advisory group.  If you are a local producer, retailers, supplier or restaurateurs, please contact Emily at 01786 449 215 or at emily@forthenvironmentlink.org.

If you would like to fill in the application form to be included on the map please open this link to the on line application form. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NXQSSBT It will take about 10 minutes to fill the form in.

Blog Posts

Locally produced living culinary herbs & salad leaves grown in 1 litre pots for longer lasting use.

Posted by Foragers Foods on June 27, 2013 at 12:56 0 Comments

Some images of our first crop of potted herb and salad leaves. Cut & Come Again Lettuce, Coriander, Nasturtium, Thyme.…

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I am building a 2Ltr Plastic Bottle Greenhouse - Can You Help?

Posted by Malcolm Morgan on April 15, 2013 at 13:00 1 Comment

Hi Guys

Although we have grown our own vegetables for a few years, recycled, and produce our own compost, we wish to go a step further with adding a homemade wormery and a HOMEMADE RECYCLED PLASTIC BOTTLE GREEN HOUSE.

Although I…

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Wood for All has a Facebook page - like us to keep up to date with events and courses

Posted by Nikki Kenn on March 18, 2013 at 15:58 0 Comments

Hi all,

Wood for All had set up a facebook page - so now you can keep posted on great courses, woodland events, local wood fuel activities and wood fuel heating drop in sessions in the Stirling area. Not to mention opportunities to get…

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Foragers Foods Survey

Posted by Foragers Foods on October 24, 2012 at 11:26 0 Comments

Hello everyone!  After completing our Whole Farm Review and Agricultural Justification reports, we have finally submitted the planning application to establish Foragers Foods.  A decision is expected mid…

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