PUBLIC MEETING on Urban Land Growing 9th March

Tuesday 9th March, 7pm (online)

This is the third seminar from People’s Land Policy. Information below:

Increasingly people in urban and peri-urban areas are growing food. There are many advantages to this: producing more good quality food, bringing producers and consumers closer together, bridging the rural/urban divide, improving food security, creating land justice. This seminar will explore the thinking behind these initiatives and policies, the benefits to people and the environment and what needs to be done to facilitate more food growing and production in or near urban areas which involves a wide range of people.

Eventbright link to get your free tickets

Speakers

(www.sustainweb.org/foodandfarmingpolicy/fringe-farming-peri-urban-food-growing/)

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