Eco-Schools Scotland shared the story of Ulva Primary’s Shore School sessions. ‘We did it to reduce food waste. We used recycled containers and brought in homemade and home grown food. We used no wrappers so it was less carbon. The food was delicious and the picnic was amazing.’
Greenspace Scotland have announced that Tesco Community Grants are open for applications. This will provide grants of up to £1500 to support projects focused on supporting children and families, and food poverty – including community food growing. The scheme is open to registered charities and not-for-profit organisations, including Local Authorities [...]
This blog post on Scotland’s Nature, for international youth day (12 August 2021), explores the theme of transforming food systems. How can young people learn more about Scotland’s food system and get involved?