The role of agroecology in urban community gardens

Join us for this online event in preparation for the 2022 Good to Grow Weekend of Action on 22-25 April by exploring the role of agroecology in urban community gardens.

15 Mar 2022 10:0011:30

Save the dates for this year's Good to Grow Weekend of Action -> 22-25 April. A chance for edible gardens up and down the country to celebrate and prepare for the new growing season and encourage people to volunteer.

To officially launch the upcoming campaign of #GoodToGrow2022, Capital GrowthGood to Grow and Sustain are organising this webinar for Tuesday 15 March from 10-11.30am to discuss the climate and nature emergency and how to apply agroecological principles in an urban community gardens.

During the webinar, we will cover:

  • How urban food growers can address the climate and nature crisis with Vicki Hird, Rebugging the Planet
  • How research is making the case for the climate & nature emergency and food growing with Beth Nicholls, Sussex University
  • Agroecological principles in an urban context featuring climate friendly community food gardens from London and other UK cities with Chiara Tornaghi, Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience
  • What agroecology looks like on the ground in a climate-friendly community food garden – case study gardens TBC

Limited tickets available so register for FREE here to join us online then.

Support our work

Your donation will help communities grow more food in gardens across London.

Donate to Sustain

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

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.

© Sustain 2022

Registered charity (no. 1018643)
Site map
Data privacy & cookies

Mayor of London City Bridge Trust