Come along to this friendly weekly meet-up at the Empty Common Community Garden! The garden aims to be ecologically sound and is run on organic principles. You can get involved, help with planting and learn some new gardening techniques or just enjoy this beautiful space, relax and socialise. All welcome!
The 20th Cambridge Heritage Symposium, presented by the Cambridge Heritage Research Centre, will be focusing on the links between our food practices and cultural identity.
Eat Cambridge is an annual food and drink festival showcasing Cambridgeshire’s delicious independent food scene. Every year, Eat Cambridge’s Main Event and two-week fringe event programme feature the best, newest, and most exciting independent food and drink in the area.
Put on your walking shoes and join us on our tour to discover the sustainable and vegan eateries and shops that our city has to offer! Join us for tasters, discussion and a great romp through some of Cambridge’s lesser known vegan venues, as part of this year's Eat Cambridge Festival.
Head to Trumpington Allotments for a chance to swap spare seedlings, plants and surplus seeds! Expand the range of plants you grow and meet other local gardeners. You can attend even if you don't have anything to swap, just make a donation. No admission charge, everyone welcome. Arrive early for the best choice of plants!
Join Tropical Agriculture Association’s East Anglia Seminar 2019 with three Cambridge-based speakers to discuss and learn about the practical ways in which agriculture can support biodiversity conservation.
Cambridge University Botanic Garden will be celebrating its annual Festival of Plants, and Amazing Algae, their stand highlighting algal biotechnology at Cambridge, will be one of the many activities on offer in the beautiful Garden setting.
Have you ever wondered if a fair globalisation is possible? Or even questioned the validity of globalisation in our changing societies? This Transition cafe evening wishes to explore our collective visions for the future, addressing the pros and cons of globalisation, and sharing ideas on how to evolve locally and beyond
Cambridge Food Poverty Alliance are hosting a series of workshops in March and April to continue the citywide conversation on food poverty and to work towards producing a collaborative Food Poverty Action Plan for the City.
This workshop is open to all. To book a space please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the second of a series of Action Planning Workshops hosted by Cambridge Food Poverty Alliance in March and April to continue the citywide conversation on food poverty and to work on producing a collaborative Action Plan for the City.