On Monday 2nd December
, Low Carbon Oxford
will be hosting an information evening for people and organisations from across Oxford’s food system to discuss the creation of a city-wide sustainable food network.
The proposed initiative will be part of the national Sustainable Food Cities Network
led by theSoil Association
, Food Matters
, and supported by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation.Tom Andrews
from the Soil Association will be presenting on how other cities have created highly successful cross-sectoral networks to advance sustainable food.
There will also be a presentation by Ed Dowding
, who will explain how Oxford can map its food webs as part of work to identify existing assets and resources for sustainable food within our community. This will be followed by discussion and next steps.
Please note: this event is now fully booked.
To find out about the next event in the New Year or to get involved in any other way please contact Hannah Jacobs