This study, commissioned by CFHS, includes a mapping of current community food and health activity, details of the local and national policy context, and a number of options relating to the development of the Glasgow Community Food Network, including the establishment of a distribution hub in Glasgow.
Topic: growing and gardening
National Food Policy; CFHS small grant scheme; Whole-school approaches to food education in Ireland; Scottish Grocers Federation Healthy Living programme; Burnfoot Community School; Planting to Plate; Food for Tot
Name change; national policy; Scottish Diet Action Plan Review; SCOFF research article; Leithland Food Festival; Fruits and Roots; Strathmore and the Glens; Bridges conference; PA training; diary
Small grants 2004; Feeding the Interest; SCOFF nutrition research; Rainbow Family Centre; Papdale Fruit Initiative; regional food and health strategies; Question Time; Source 2004
Midlothian shopping basket survey; Hungry for Success Roadshow; SCOFF nutrition research; Question Time; Redhall Walled Garden
Growing Interest report; small grants distribution; school meals; SCOFF nutrition research; New Ways Healthy Living Centre; Sustain; health promoting schools; Cookwell.
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.
Bearing Fruit training; oral health; Well Down the Road (health inequalities, local communities and the future) proceedings report; nutrition research news; Information Exchange
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.
An introduction to community food growing in Scotland giving an overview of community growing activity and suggesting ideas for action.