Food joins together our local economy, environment and society. It touches every aspect of life, from jobs to culture, health to natural surroundings.
Increasing the amount of local food grown and consumed in our communities is not only good for our environment but also for our health and our prosperity.
Our approach to food is to lead by example, we want to work with others to demonstrate the value food can have in all aspects of our life. This means how we grow, cook, eat and travel for food; as well as looking at what we do with the food we throw away.
Our ambition is to help make change across the following areas:
CHARITY OFFERS NHS KEY WORKERS FREE USE OF AN E-BIKE
Forth Environment Link is offering NHS key workers free use of an electric bike during the Covid-19 crisis, allowing them to get to and from work and between hospital sites without using public transport.