A local response to a global crisis
Our role in addressing issues of food security, poverty, health, climate and environment in Lincolnshire.
Local Organisations and Projects
Lincolnshire Food Partnership links local food projects and organisations who are tackling issues of poverty, health, sustainability and climate change. Find out who’s involved and what they are doing in and around Lincoln.
The movers and shakers of Lincolnshire Food Partnership
Our board brings together local leaders with a passion for sustainable food. We have backgrounds in the public, private and third sector, including local government, the faith community, local businesses, schools and charities.
Our role is supportive, catalytic, contributory.
We’re working on a Feeding Tariff, Mint Lane Cafe, Nourishing Lincoln, and more…
The bigger picture
Organisations working on a national or global level
Lincoln Food Partnership supports and works with national and international organisations towards a greener, fairer, healthier food system. Find out more about current issues and how we can work together for positive change to our food system.
Sustainable Food Places
A network with shared aims
Lincolnshire Food Partnership is part of a UK wide network that tackles food poverty, reduces waste and promotes a vibrant, diverse, sustainable food economy.
Nigel Curry – Chair of Advisory Board
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Lincolnshire Food news from our blog:
The National Food Strategy is the UK’s first comprehensive review of the food system in over 75 years. It was commissioned by the government and lays out concrete proposals for how our food system needs to be reformed to meet health, nature and climate targets. Interestingly, it has a lot to say about schools. FoodContinue reading “Growing Food at Lincoln St Faith’s”
Farms need people.
Fewer EU workers and the Covid-19 pandemic have left a gaping hole in the number of agricultural land workers.
HMP North Sea Camp – a men’s open prison on the Lincolnshire coast – provides training and work experience to prisoners, including agricultural, horticultural and other food-related work.
This presents a particular opportunity for Lincolnshire employers in the food and farming sector to contribute powerfully to the future of prison leavers as well as increasing the safety of our communities in the future.
A Community Farm Project for Better Mental Health How would you respond, if your day to day work brought you regularly in contact with people at the farthest ebb of their mental health, maybe even on the precipice of suicide? Andy, in his work at a local landmark, deals regularly with emotionally distressed individuals. HisContinue reading “EcoSerenity Project CIC”