Manchester Metropolitan University and Oldham Council have been working together to help support the sustainable food agenda in Greater Manchester. We would like to invite you to our event ‘Feeding Regions: Turning plans into action’ to showcase what has already been achieved and to ask you for further input to help shape the next steps.
The event will take place at the People’s History Museum on Wednesday 23rd October and we will be joined by our international partners who will share their own approaches to improving regional policy and supporting more sustainable food systems.
The day will include presentations covering issues including Greater Manchester’s commitments through the Milan Urban Food Policy Pact and recent developments in food policy at a national and EU level. We invite delegates to work with us to help turn plans into action through a series of parallel interactive workshops that will focus on key areas including:
- Getting Food Growing: developing large scale projects to transform urban growing
- Making the Business Case: supporting food businesses to adopt more sustainable practices
- Working Together: collaborative strategies to make food better in our city-regions
We really value your input and the event is free to attend, supported by the Food Chains 4EU project and the Interreg Europe Programme.
Please register to attend the event here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/feeding-regions-turning-plans-into-action-tickets-73576365891
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