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

By Isabelle Low Come spring, the winter crops of cabbage and kale and leeks have bolted and the stores of ...
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Are you doing Veganuary? Good for you! A few suggestions. On a vegan diet, it’s really important to make sure ...
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By Isabelle Low Whether your centrepiece is a turkey (hopefully organic and free range) or like me a stuffed portobello ...
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By Isabelle Low Lots of potatoes being lifted this month in our Edible Campus gardens. To keep them fresh for ...
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Isabelle Low Our Edible Campus gardens are currently awash with runner beans. They are one of the superheroes of any ...
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Latest Blogs

Ideas for pots
It's March 2020, we've all suddenly had a bit of a shock regarding our ability to go and buy food, either through limited access to shops (self isolation) or limited ...
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By Isabelle Low Come spring, the winter crops of cabbage and kale and leeks have bolted and the stores of potatoes, onions and roots are running out. Spring vegetables have ...
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A group photo with Geoff Squires at the farm
Today we heard from Climate Change Commission that UK must cut land use emissions by two thirds to meet our goal of zero carbon by 2050. There has been much ...
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