Avant-Gardening's latest collaboration with Lisa Cheung is an exploration of community and food
Can Loughborough's Culture take over the world
London Food Link runs a network of organisations and individuals who care about sustainable food. Their members are as diverse as farmers and food writers, caterers and community food projects. <\p>
Check out your nearest farmers market for the freshest foods - all grown in the south-east.
A very useful guide to the best seasonal foods. Get the freshest food and cut down on your air miles with this useful guide
The Urban Food Growing Network
Food Up Front supports people to grow food in their unused outdoor space. Whether it's front gardens, balconies, windowsills or back gardens all our members are given the opportunity to grow and share healthy, natural food. This helps to reduce food miles and dependency on supermarkets, whilst increasing self-reliance and community empowerment.
Fruit City is a growing map and network of all the fruit trees in public spaces in London. Logged and mapped by the Fruit City team and you.
Yes we live in a sometimes harsh urban sprawl, but nature is all around us. Much of the fruit we buy in the city is from far flung places like Spain, Brazil and Chile, but literally tons of fruit grows in our own fair city.