Local Food Works at the
Centre for Stewardship in Falkland
Creating a more sustainable, resilient and healthy local food economy
Local Food Works
Local Food Works is an exciting project, led by Falkland Stewardship Trust in partnership with community members who are passionate about bringing local food the the local community. It is funded by the Climate Challenge Fund so one key aim of this project is to reduce carbon emissions, particularly those we accumulate through our food choices.
Through this project we offer a range of activities and events including a weekly local food hub in Falkland as well as community meals, cooking workshops and food demonstrations. We aim to make it easier for the local communities to access, cultivate, harvest, process, cook, taste and celebrate local food.
Through this project we will create a more sustainable, resilient and healthy local food economy that leads to a proven reduction in carbon emissions through the food chain network.
These Local Food Works videos showcase the project to date, looking at its four main elements; the weekly local food market in Falkland, the food workshops, community meals and the growing spaces at the Centre for Stewardship. As you will see, the project is making a real difference to the way people shop by reducing CO2 emissions. Thanks to everyone who took part in the videos. To view, just click on the link below. We hope you enjoy them
Our Next Events…
Seasonal Winter Tart and Salad Making Workshop
Wednesday 30th January, 12 – 3pm, The Centre for Stewardship, Falkland
Join us for our next ‘Love Food, Hate Waste’ workshop as we welcome back Stella from Hatters who will be putting a bit of zing into our winter meals. Stella will be demonstrating how to make a simple and delicious caramelized pear, parsnip and stilton tart along with a wonderful winter salad.
Please bring along a container so you can take home some of the yummy food.
The cost of the workshop is £5 which is payable on the day. No experience is necessary, just come along and have some fun cooking with seasonal produce.
If you wish to attend, please click on the Eventbrite link below to register.
Would you like to be part of this project? We will have a range of volunteering opportunities including gardening, cooking and organising events. Training will be provided. Please email or phone 01337 858838 if you would like to register your interest.
Some of the helpers who made the meal.
Local dishes made with local ingredients including wild garlic pesto and nettle soup
Our new team Yvonne Alexander, Project Coordinator and Sam Docherty, Community Gardener. To contact either email firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com or phone 01337 858838.