Partners and Useful Links

Community Gardening

Federation of City Farms & Community Gardens

Alderman Road Gardens

Concrete Garden

Hidden Gardens

Urban Roots

Trellis – Therapeutic gardening in Scotland

TCV The Conservation Volunteers

Thrive – Gardening to change the lives of disabled people


Urban Roots

Eat Better Feel Better

Nourish – Scotland’s Sustainable Local Food Network

Eatwell Guide – A Healthy Eating Benchmark

Community Food and Health (Scotland)

First Steps Nutrition Trust – First Steps Nutrition Trust is an independent public health nutrition charity that provides information and resources to support eating well from pre-conception to five years.

Fun first foods – An easy guide to introducing solid foods (also available in different languages and formats).

Making local food work

Meal Makers  – Meal makers, is a free, local neighbourhood food-sharing project that connects volunteers of any age who have a passion for cooking, and who can cook an extra meal and match them with an older neighbour over the age of 55 (Diners) who would appreciate a home cooked meal.

Nutrition and Health Educators Printable Educational Resources

Seasonal Scottish Produce

A Good Food Guide (pdf) – Bristol Food Network

Sustain – The alliance for better food and farming

To find a nutritionist in your area or an answer to a question about health, health conditions or nutrition:

Right to food – UN Special Rapporteur’s website

Teaching Kids How To Cook

For Young People

What does the colour of your fruits and vegetables tell you? – we would like to thank the kids in Ms. Martin’s class for sharing this article with us.  Keep up the great work, kids!

Learning Resources

Food Systems Academy – free online open education resource

Wonder what the right to food means? Angry about a world with over 800 million people hungry and 1.4bn overweight? Curious about the future of food? Studying any aspect of food or farming? Want to be better informed? Then this new, free resource is for you.
The Food Systems Academy provides talks and ideas for further reading.


Money Matters

Credit Unions in Glasgow – for loans and savings

Scot Cash – Serving your community, saving you money

GEMAP – Financial inclusion and money advice services

Maryhill and Possilpark Citizens Advice Bureau

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