Category: September

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Regenerative food business?

My exploration of ‘what would a regenerative food business look like for Lancaster?’ has not stopped. In fact I am currently away exploring this very question by visiting regenerative projects in other parts of...

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Lancaster’s Harvest Market

On Sunday 22nd September from 10:00-17:00 Lancaster’s market square will be bustling with local food producers, community food projects, music and local craftspeople, as Lancaster’s Health Festival hosts a Harvest Market in collaboration with...

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Women in farming

The Feeding Body and Soul exhibition is currently on display in four venues across Lancaster (The Storey, The Radish, Roots Cafe and Cornerstone), until the end of September. Each venue explores a different theme,...

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A Great Harvest Feast!

Transition City Lancaster is hosting a Great Harvest Feast on Saturday 29th September from 6pm to 10pm at Friends Meeting House, Lancaster. The aim of the event is to bring community food growers together...

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Lancaster’s Harvest Market

Lancaster’s Harvest Market returns to Lancaster’s central market square on the 21st of September from 10am – 5pm. It ties in with the Lost Art Of Living 2018 health festival; exploring the role local,...

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FarmStart Feasibility Report launch

This new scheme seeks partners and land for aspiring local farmers! During the last five months, LESS have been undertaking a feasibility study to explore setting up a ‘FarmStart’ scheme in Lancaster area. ‘FarmStart’...

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Food for thought

I recently read the Pesticide Action Network UK’s (PAN) report ‘Food For Thought’ which claims that a “daily cost of 1p extra per child could end schoolchildren’s exposure to cocktail of pesticides”. This equates...

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Upcoming food & health events

Over the next month a number of exciting local food and health events are being held in Lancaster and nearby. For example: This Saturday 23rd September Fairfield Orchard is hosting an Apple Day amongst...