• News
  • Good Food For Glasgow Podcast, ep 2

Website Banners 6912 × 2000Px 3

Our Demand for Land campaign has featured of the Good Food For Glasgow podcast's 2nd episode!

Food and Climate Action Project Coordinator, Charlotte, and Judy Wilkinson from Glasgow Allotments Forum chat with Thalia Groucott, Coordinator of the Good Food for Glasgow Campaign.

The podcast focuses on the benefits of growing your own food and how making food growing more widely available in Glasgow can make good food more accessible for all. This episode touches on topics such as the feel-good-factors of being more connected to food and disconnecting from the capitalist systems and practices associated with current mainstream food production methods and will signpost you to relevant links for more hints and tips for getting involved in growing your own food.

Take a listen below to find out how you can get involved in more good-food-relevant activity happening in the city.

This podcast is being delivered as part of the Good Food For Movement Campaign, lead by the Glasgow Food Policy Partnership.

Episode 2 has been delivered in conjunction with the Demand For Land campaign. This campaign is made possible with thanks to Food for the Planet, and funders Esmée Fairbairn Foundation & The National Lottery Community Fund.

The Demand For Land campaign is part of Food and Climate Action, a project delivered in partnership by 6 organisations in Glasgow and funded by The National Lottery Climate Action Fund.

Dfl Logos