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Happy new year from the Community Food Growers Network!

These year, we've got some big plans: we'll keep on putting food growing on the agenda for the London Plan - the document that shapes planning decisions across London - to fight against gentrification, and for a city that nurtures the environmental and community impact of community food growing projects. We'll also be strengthening our network of food growing projects across London so we can share strengths and skills and team up for fantastic events. 

Find out more about the cool stuff coming up!

Community Food Growers Network Gathering
Save the date - Sunday 19th February 11am - 5pm at OrganicLea
CFGN members in the news!
The Save Granville campaign is featured in this article about resistance to gentrification, fighting to keep London for our diverse communities
London Food jobs
Forest Farm Peace Garden in is recruiting an Ecotherapy Worker to lead the horticultural therapy programme

News from across London and the UK

  • The London Permaculture Network have their Network Meeting on 14th January at Stepney City Farm. The are also hosting a workshop taught by Joel Williams on creating healthy and vibrant soil on the 15th January.
  • The Oxford Real Farming Conference is happening in Oxford this week - tickets are sold out but you can join in the chat through the wonders of modern technology by following #ORFC17 on twitter
  • A community garden in Greenwich that has regenerated derelict land is under threat - show your support by liking them on Facebook.

The Community Food Growers Network makes it possible for community food growers in London to connect, collaborate and change London together.


Interested in becoming a member of the network?

Come to one of our gatherings, look at our website to read about what we get up to, and get in touch to find out more!
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