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This article focuses on information specific to London community action. The majority of our information about this is collated via our place pages ...Near you. Please see Food activism for a topic overview.
Resources[edit | edit source]
Networks[edit | edit source]
- Capital Growth, London's food growing network
- Community Food Growers Network, London-based support network of food projects putting land into community use
How to's[edit | edit source]
- How to organise a seed swap (PDF) information from the Soil Association
Maps[edit | edit source]
Fruit City, growing map and network of all the fruit trees in public spaces in London.
How do I find a seed swap?, map from the Soil Association
London Food Map, helps people in real need to find where and how to access free or low cost food in their area
Too Good to Waste, find restaurants supporting this campaign
Policies[edit | edit source]
- Policy G8 Food growing, Draft New London Plan london.gov.uk
Video[edit | edit source]
People's Supermarket - Sustainable Restaurants, Co-operative Supermarkets, Arthur Potts Dawson - The GLA High Streets Project Colour - Underground Tomatoes - Food from the Sky - London Open Garden Squares Weekend 2011 and Capital Growth food growing projects - CG LET'S GO LET'S GROW, Aug 2009
News and comment[edit | edit source]
Meet London’s first 50 Urban Food Heroes using food for good, Mar 19 
Interdependence[edit | edit source]
Food is just one of many aspects of interdependence between cities and their hinterland. For example land, water, energy and people may be needed to help grow the food, markets to help distribute it and transport and other systems to get the food to market and deal with food waste and any other by-products.
see also: London and South East England
Events[edit | edit source]
September 19 Capital Growth's Edible Gardens Open Day
weekly, Friday-Sunday Real Food Market at Southbank Centre
Campaigns[edit | edit source]
Capital Bee campaigning for bees, forage and a pesticide free city
Near you[edit | edit source]
See also[edit | edit source]
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- The Felix Project, fighting hunger and food waste, London charity, added 17:05, 11 April 2021 (UTC)
- Wikipedia: List of markets in London
- Abundance London
- Edible Landscapes London
- Hawkes, cider maker "...about action, people and community."
- Local Greens, not for profit weekly veg bag scheme run by four enthusiastic people living in Herne Hill and East Dulwich, and providing the local area with great tasting, seasonal veg from small organic or spray-free farms, near to SE London.
- London Food Link
- Nomadic Community Gardens, not for profit organisation based in East London
- People's Kitchen
- Open Orchard Project
- The People’s Supermarket, food cooperative whose stated aim is to provide the local community with good cheap food that's fair to consumers and producers. It was set up in May 2010 by Arthur Potts Dawson, Mikkel Ryding, Kate Wickes-Bull, David Barrie and a team of supporters and professional advisors in Lamb's Conduit Street, Holborn, near Great Ormond Street Hospital. As of February 2012 it had 1000 members. W
- Plan Zheroes, grassroots, not for profit movement (and now a registered charity) which prevents food waste and food poverty by connecting businesses with surplus food with local charities and people in need of it.