An important part of the work of the Lincoln Food Partnership is to reach as wide an audience as possible.
In this regard, we have developed a regular newsletter and this website is now designed to provide as much information about the work of the LFP – and wholesome sustainable food – as possible.
You can sign up to receive our newsletter by email here.
TasteED – Taste Education
Sapere – Learning About Taste at School
We also have a Board Member on the Board of SAPERE International, concerned with taste education for health, drawing on best practice in Belgium, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Japan, Netherlands, Norway Sweden and Switzerland as well as in the UK.
Board members undertake regular lectures and talks about the work of the Lincoln Food Partnership: do contact us if you would like us to come and talk to you.
Prof. Nigel Curry talks to Radio Lincolnshire about Lincoln Food Strategy
A useful summary of the work of the LFP also can be found in this Radio Lincolnshire Broadcast of 27 February 2019:
Why does Lincolnshire need a Food Strategy?
The APPG on the National Food Strategy, chaired by Jo Gideon, MP for Stoke on Trent, had its fourth meeting on 25th May to consider the way in which part 2 of the National Food Strategy might embrace the development of urban food systems, the support for rural communities, and how ‘good food’ jobs might be developed. The LFP was there. ItContinue reading “The All Party Parliamentary Group on the National Food Strategy”
The Tariff-free trade deal with Australia being offered at the end of May, split Cabinet over food. Environment Secretary George Eustice was concerned that because of scale of livestock farming in the Antipodes, UK farmers could be undercut. Whilst these differences have been patched up in Westminster, the National Farmers Union is concerned that hundredsContinue reading “Food from the Other Side of the World?”
Seed sovereignty is about growers being able to produce and have control of their seeds – by saving seed from the crops they grow, selecting the strongest and most suitable seeds for breeding, and exchanging seeds freely with others. Sounds simple, right? At the moment, almost all commercial seeds are F1 hybrids. The seeds thatContinue reading “The Future of Seed”