Manchester Urban Diggers | Food Citizen Stories
One of the best tools we have in growing and strengthening the food citizenship movement is real stories about those who are doing it. These
“People, not potatoes”
At the end of 2022, I kept my calendar fairly clear for a couple of weeks so I could have some dedicated time to reflect
Reflections on the fourth Wales Real Food and Farming Conference
Guest author Jane Powell reflects on the fourth Wales Real Food and Farming Conference that took place in Lampeter, November 2022. What fun
What’s the big deal with the word ‘consumer’? Collective missions for a fairer world
Last month I was delighted to host the Food Ethics Council’s Business Forum for a session on exploring and embracing the food citizen shift. We
Gathering to reimagine the food system
At the start of October, the Food Ethics Council brought together a group of people in the food system to explore whether we could reimagine
Spotlight on Wales
I’m delighted to hand the blog over to Food Sense Wales this month. Before I do, I wanted to encourage anyone who can to get
“Progress Not Perfection: The business of food citizenship”
What does a #foodcitizen world look like, and how do we get there? It’s a world where people and organisations feel part of food systems, with
“I know you would do the same for me”
I’m now six months into my role with Food Ethics Council and it has absolutely flown by. My post here was first conceived to be
Gratitude and hope
It has been a tough yet hopeful year for food, sustainability and social justice. Looking forward to 2022 we will all need strength, hope and inspiration to remain
How communities can shape food strategy in Wales
Jane Powell talks us through the potential implications of the Wales Community Food Strategy.
Introducing your new Food Citizenship Coordinator
Our first post from Beth Bell, new coordinator on her plans ahead.
We all have something to offer
In hard times, it is easy to spot all the things that are going wrong and identify what is missing. How can we build on the positive things that already exist within a community instead?