Misery Medicine is an in-person, immersive herb, mushroom & plant medicine program that supports queer and trans people of the global majority in learning about the herbs that grow wild all around us.
OITIJ-JO Collective wants to bring its knowledge, experience, and creative approach to this project by introducing methods and processes which are in everyday use and
Stepney City Farm is a working, educational farm, aiming to improve lives through farming. They have been managing their food growing as a social enterprise since 2017, with the aim of developing production and sales to the point of financial sustainability.
Farming on the Barkantine is run by Seeds for Growth as part of their Greening Communities Programme. Seeds for Growth identifies underused land on social
SOURCE is pioneering a circular, zero waste approach to managing our food, waste and energy. It combines advanced waste management with smart urban farming. This
Be.Green is a programme that focusses on introducing and cultivating an understanding of the environment, climate change and social justice impacts in this space
Cranbrook Community Food Garden is a flourishing community garden, creating a space for anyone to come and help out, and be rewarded with fresh food
Limborough Hub is a thriving integrated ‘grow, cook and eat’ community food and action hub that builds power and resilience of local people with a particular focus on and near the Burdett Estate in Poplar.
The Food Co-op at St Hilda’s East Community Centre is a pop-up shop supplying healthy, affordable culturally appropriate food to local communities.
Plastic-free Poplar is a community-led project run by Sunny Jar Eco Hub , focused in reducing single use plastic in and around Poplar, East London.
R-Urban Poplar, off Brion place on the Teviot Estate, is a community garden and re-use facility. Using shipping containers housed in a disused car park.