FoodFutures

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Celebrating the harvest

Two community harvest feasts took place this past weekend: one hosted by Transition City Lancaster at the Friends Meeting House, and the second hosted by Global Link at Claver Hill. Both involved sharing meals...

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A resilient food checklist

Dr Rod Everett, a local-to-Lancaster farmer has recently developed a resilient food check list as part of FoodFutures work in Lancaster. This document is now available to read online and we are keen to hear...

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Congratulations Fairtrade Mark

Margaret from Lancaster, Morecambe and District’s Fairtrade movement celebrates 25 years of Fairtrade. In 1994 the first Fairtrade certified product Green & Black’s Maya Gold Chocolate made with cocoa from Belize was launched, followed...

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International Rebellion and Food

This week is the first of a two week International Rebellion that aims to spark meaningful and urgent political action around our climate and ecological emergency. This Extinction Rebellion (arguably the most important movement...

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A Great Harvest Feast!

Following the success of last year’s feast, Transition City Lancaster will host a second Great Harvest Feast on Saturday 26th October from 6pm – 10pm at Friends Meeting House, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster. The aim...

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Regenerative food business?

My exploration of ‘what would a regenerative food business look like for Lancaster?’ has not stopped. In fact I am currently away exploring this very question by visiting regenerative projects in other parts of...

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Lancaster’s Harvest Market

On Sunday 22nd September from 10:00-17:00 Lancaster’s market square will be bustling with local food producers, community food projects, music and local craftspeople, as Lancaster’s Health Festival hosts a Harvest Market in collaboration with...