Grow Forth is a new network to bring together groups across the Forth Valley that are interested in local food. The goal of Grow Forth is to create a community of communities that will enable people to share with and learn from one another on a wide range of food-related issues. The Grow Forth Network grew out the local food summit held in February 2012, on behalf of Low Carbon Stirling. 200 people interested in local sustainable food attended.
Help us to map community growing & community food initiatives help us build an understanding of what we collectively need in order to get more people growing, buying, cooking and eating local food. To help please fill out this quick survey click here
To become a member of the Grow Forth Network Group all you need to do is follow this link to Forth Environment Link’s website and sign up. http://www.forthenvironmentlink.org/main/authorization/signUp
You will then be sent a confirmation email. Once you’re a member of FEL you can join the GFN group. You can add photos and share your projects, you can add video, write blogs, and add events.
The Forth Environment Link website has a list of useful links to other organisations that support environmental activity around Scotland. There are number of organisations listed that support the wide range of food activity in Scotland from growing your own, Allotments, Community Growing, Food Policy & Food Campaigns, Food Directories, Food and Health. This list is not exhaustive so if you have suggestions of things to add let us know.
Some useful tools
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