National Food Policy for Scotland; Back in Touch; Taste for Independence; food, health and homelessness; Cyrenians Farm
Topic: farming and city farms
The reflections of Scottish participants of the conference ‘Supply, Standards and Strategy; an international conference examining how to make public sector food and its supply systems more sustainable’ which took place in London on 15th February 2007.
Scottish Healthy Choices Award Scheme; small grants scheme 2002; Growing Interest conference; SCOFF nutrition research; Knowetop Community Farm; young people and food safety; Breastfeeding Initiative; information exchange.
Parliaments; Scotland’s First Food and Health Co-ordinator; SCOFF and nutrition research; Prestonpans Breakfast Club; Northern Exposure report; Food Poverty Network; Food Standards Agency; Information Exchange
Monitoring and evaluation; Crossing Borders: food and agriculture in the Americas conference; Parliament; weight management; LETS Community Cafe, Stirling; food industry authorities; nutrition research news; Information Exchange
Discussion paper which considers the benefits of local food; identifies opportunities for development; highlights barriers and encourages action.
A report from the Space to Grow seminar held in Stirling in April 2004 to discuss development and activities of community gardens and the range of benefits they can provide.
Report from a networking day held to coincide with the publication of Growing Interest.
Report of a study tour to Wales organised by the Scottish Community Diet Project to continue and develop the relationship between food and health policy development in Scotland and Wales.
Report of the joint conference held in June 2003 at Heriot-Watt University to discuss access to food and focusing on the themes of availability, affordability, culture and skills