How to set up a successful, local, and affordable vegetable bag scheme
Established in 2011, Pennine Cropshare is now a successful, not-for-profit vegetable bag scheme that distributes mainly UK-grown good to collection points across Calderdale, Burnley and Pendle. Join founder and director Jenny Slaughter who'll talk about setting up the food initiative, along with the challenges they faced and have overcome.
What to Expect
An overview of starting up a local veg scheme including the funds they needed and how they got them
Insights into the barriers faced when setting up/running a veg bag scheme, and how they overcame them
Information about Pennine Cropshare’s social aims via its initiatives with local communities.
What You'll Leave With
Practical information about establishing a small-scale veg bag scheme that benefits local communities
Jenny Slaughter, Pennine Cropshare
Online via Zoom - joining link to be confirmed
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