Incredible Edible

“If you eat, you’re in” The Incredible Edible movement has been building food communities for decades and is a flagship example of what empowering people through food can do.

Started in Todmorden and now across the globe, the movement showcases “lives lived in connected communities, built out of the power of their own will, their own imagination and grown through the power of small actions.

What we love about it:

The epitome of empowered citizens, the network provides a platform for food citizens to come together and participate in whichever way suits them.

More info: www.incredibleedible.org.uk

4 months ago
Ban the use of peat in horticulture and all growing media by 2023. - Petitions https://t.co/rj5vflCb4d
4 months ago
Not sure of why we’re supporting @PeatFreeApril? https://t.co/VBSjGkzQ21
Lancashire Wildlife Trust @Lancswildlife
Q: What have our peatlands ever done for us?

A: LOADS!

These amazing habitats provide a series of vital ecosystem service benefits – but only when they are healthy. Indulge us in a peaty thread and find out more… (1/7) https://t.co/3vbzPD0g3J
1 year ago
Brilliant!! https://t.co/70pIaGXfMh
Renew Wales @renewwales
Check out our latest case study - all about the great work of Bwyd Bendigedig Port/ Incredible Edible Porthmadog https://t.co/CUpCZXTkez https://t.co/rHWAwZFQTR
1 year ago
Extraordinary work going on in Bristol to ensure those in need are well fed. @bristolfooduni and others making huge inroads into how to respond to this national crisis whilst supporting local producers and restaurants https://t.co/5ZnMLGzg8m
Food Monthly @ObsFood
New #OFM with Sunday's @ObserverUK: @naylor_tony on how the food world responded to coronavirus feat @MaryEllenMcT @jsommerin @TappersGin @norlandmoorcock. Photo of Bristol Food Union's @aine_morris @steph_wetherell @josh_eggleton: Emli Bendixen #buyapaper https://t.co/dhq3McHHzi https://t.co/qPRrKQh1sl
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