Urban Food Growing for Climate and Community Resilience

A project funded by City Bridge Trust to help protect and create climate-friendly food gardens for thousands of Londoners.

Photo credit: Capital Growth

Photo credit: Capital Growth

This work, led by London Food Growing network Capital Growth, will help tackle the climate and nature emergency by protecting and increasing opportunities for nature-friendly food growing across the capital. The funding will help demonstrate and enhance the role urban food gardens can and should play in addressing and mitigating, climate change and nature loss, in London, as well as in creating community resilience.

Launched in Summer 2021, this project is funded for 3 years.

Want to get involved?
Are you interested in highlighting the links between urban food growing and the climate and nature emergency? Are you already growing your own or involved with a community garden in London? Or do you work at a London council supporting food growing initiatives? If yes, why not start by taking the following actions:

We'd love to hear from you if you have ideas about, or are already working on, making the case for protecting urban food gardens, accessing more space for food growing and making the link between urban food growing and the climate agenda.

Contact us

This project is made possible thanks to funding from the City Bridge Trust and the GLA

Capital Growth

Capital Growth is London's Food Growing Network, with over 2000 members. Whether you are growing at home, as part of an allotment, in a community group or school you can join for free to receive benefits such as discounts, advice and monthly enewsletters.

Capital Growth
C/o Sustain
The Green House
244-254 Cambridge Heath Road
London
E2 9DA

0203 5596 777
capitalgrowth@sustainweb.org
www.capitalgrowth.org

Capital Growth is a project of Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming.

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