Key Issue 3:
building community food knowledge , skills, resources and projects
Grass roots energy, innovation and action are the engine of positive change and it is vital that individuals and communities can build the knowledge, skills, resources and projects to make that change happen.
Transition Cambridge groups, such as Cropshare provide opportunities for people to learn about community food growing.
Allotment provision is increasing alongside community gardens, which encourage new people to participate in vegetable growing.
CSF and others provide training opportunities on food buying, cooking, nutrition and hygiene skills for a variety of audiences including low-income families, young adults and vulnerable older people.
We run a number of free cookery workshops in various parts of the city, funded by Cambridge City Council.
Community Growing Projects
Transition Cambridge has a number of practical growing projects which welcome volunteers. Take a look at what’s going on.
COMMUNITY FOOD MAP
Discover the many different food resources in and around Cambridge, including food banks, holiday lunches, and community meals and more.