The Community Food Growers’ Network (CFGN) have proposed a Food and Land Justice Resource Centre at Kingsley Hall to bring growers, communities and food workers together in Tower Hamlets. We aim to create an accessible organising space where resources, skills, support and learning can be shared and disseminated. 

The centre will offer training opportunities, public talks, meeting space, soil testing and resource sharing to address a range of issues that have been identified by our community over the years. Some key themes within the programme include: workers’ rights and the role of grassroots trade unions and networks, how to create more accessible and caring community growing spaces for marginalised groups; addressing green gentrification and its effects on working class communities, redistribution of resources between food growing projects; pollution of urban soil and lack of access to affordable soil testing; land access and the loss of urban and peri-urban food growing space; how to transform local and global food systems in Tower Hamlets and beyond!

The project will be delivered in collaboration with Wen, SALT (Solidarity Across Land Trades), the Community Soil Clinic, Land Workers Alliance South East, Kingsley Hall and others across Tower Hamlets, get in touch to find out how to get involved!

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