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Abundance Oxford is a not-for-profit community harvesting, redistributing & preserving collective. They harvest excess fruit & veg from all over Oxford and redistribute it to community groups who want & need fruit, primarily through the…

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Over the last year, March 2020-2021, Marston Community Garden has developed to include community-owned orchards, chickens and allotments, spaces for sharing tools and produce, and woodland and wildflower areas. Fruit, vegetables and eggs are shared…

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Good Food Oxford is a network for a better food system in Oxford, working together for healthy, fair, sustainable and tasty food.Good Food Oxford is a cross-sector local food partnership working to transform our local food system. The aim…

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Plastic milk bottles

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Tips from the members of the Nostalgic Oxford and Surrounding Areas FaceBook group. Back to Sustainable Food ExhibitionBack to Local Food Sustainability Tips

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WRAP- Developing a sustainable food system WRAP works with organisations across the food and drink industry, as well as local authorities, governments, non-governmental organisations and others to create economic and environmental value from reducing…

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The Replenish project aims to support Oxfordshire residents to grow and cook nutritious food with zero waste. They work with volunteers and community groups across the county to deliver home growing and composting, cookery and food waste activities…

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Tribe Zero Waste are helping Oxfordshire go plastic-free by offering fortnightly plastic-free delivery of bulk detergents, self-care products and organic food to your doorstep. Why did you want to get involved with minimising waste? Why is it such an…

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Rectory Farm have pick-your-own fruit and veg, and farm shop and cafe.Back to Local Food Exhibition
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