Local Food

We are all about connecting people to local, healthy and affordable food in and around St Andrews. And to get people eating and growing more of it. Eating, sharing and growing are great ways to reduce our collective carbon footprint.  

The benefits? Meet new people. Learn new skills. Try new active, healthy lifestyle choices. What is not to love! These are all fun and fantastic ways to help our natural local environment. Through local food, together we can tackle climate change. 

Activities and Projects

Click on any of the projects or activities below to find out more about the work we do around the theme of Local Food.

Upcoming Events

Seasonal Recipes

Edible Campus volunteer Isabelle Low writes: Annoying weed or good for the environment? Bumble bees, beetles, birds, butterflies and a ...
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Edible Campus volunteer Isabelle Low writes: Lots of rhubarb in all the Edible Campus gardens at present: fresh and juicy ...
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Edible Campus volunteer Isabelle Low writes: Here is a further recipe using seasonal nettles. Thanks to Lindy Maclean for sharing ...
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ChervilLovageNettles Edible Campus volunteer Isabelle Low writes: as I posted last month, we are now into the hungry months when ...
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By Isabelle Low Come spring, the winter crops of cabbage and kale and leeks have bolted and the stores of ...
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Latest Blogs

It’s week 8 of lockdown, I had just sat my last university exam and after 2 months of being a slave to my desk I was finally free. I’d seen ...
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Edible Campus volunteer Isabelle Low writes: Annoying weed or good for the environment? Bumble bees, beetles, birds, butterflies and a host of other beneficial insects all look to the dandelion ...
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Edible Campus volunteer Isabelle Low writes: Lots of rhubarb in all the Edible Campus gardens at present: fresh and juicy. As well as rhubarb crumble, why not try making rhubarb ...
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