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Food Justice Workshops

Nourish will be running participatory workshops across Scotland to explore what food justice means and how we can work towards it.

Peas Please

In partnership with the Food Foundation and others around the UK we are working with the food industry and the public sector to increase veg consumption in a sustainable manner.

Sustainable Food Atlas

What would a sustainable food system look like? We’re working with researchers and designers to draw together some of the many issues of sustainability in our food system and work out where we want to be by 2030

Menu for Change

Cash, Rights, Food

This project, in partnership with Oxfam GB, CPAG in Scotland and The Poverty Alliance, seeks to improve the response to food insecurity in Scotland. The objective is to reduce the need for and reliance on emergency food aid.

Making a Living from Local Food

Nourish is building on its New Farmer Programme of 2014 with a new programme supporting local food producers to make a living from local food.

Stirling Food System study

Nourish is working with Forth Environment Link on a study of Stirling’s food system. It aims to provide an evidence base of what is currently happening to inform action on how to do things differently.


Co-creating a dignity framework

What does dignity in community food provision look like in practice? Nourish Scotland and the Poverty Truth Commission are working with providers and people with lived experience to put dignity at the heart of responses to food insecurity.

Access to Land

Nourish is working with the Scottish Farm Land Trust on a feasibility study to establish how to create secure and affordable opportunities for young farmers and new entrants into farming, and to help them establish and sustain small ecological farms.

Past projects

Turning the Tables (2016)

Groundwork for Food Democracy

Food Leadership Programme (2015)

Community Food Catalysts

We’re training volunteers to run community-led research on food justice issues.

What are the main food justice issues in your community? And what could decision-makers do to change that?