FEL’s Regional Food Project is pleased to announce the launch of Grow and Tell a new podcast for people who love local food, and want to know how to get more of it on to their plates.
The podcast shares food stories from across the NeighbourFood Scotland network. It forms part of a package of talks, films and workshops that will provide a legacy of the training the project has delivered over the past two years to groups starting their own new online markets for local food. The first 3 episodes, released in association with this year’s Forth Valley Food Festival, are streaming now and feature small producers working in the Forth Valley & Lomond region, including a baker, urban farmer and chilli grower.
To listen search for Grow and Tell Podcast on SoundCloud or Spotify.
The Regional Food Project is funded by LEADER (in Fife, Perth & Kinross, Borders and Forth Valley & Lomond) and Transport Scotland.
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