HGFP podcasts and blogs

February 2022

New Podcast Episode     COP26 Reflections: Part 1  (link below)

In this episode, we hear from Diana, Nourish Scotland's Food Justice Project Officer and Martina from a female founded collective on the outskirts of Mexico City, that has a vision for diverse and inclusive food systems. Diana and Martina tell us what they felt optimistic and outraged about while they were at COP26 and afterwards.

This episode was inspired by the Outraged and Optimism, a podcast that explores the stories behind the headlines on climate change and is "for everyone looking to expand their understanding of the climate crisis and get inspired to take action". We recommend you give it a listen!

   COP26 Reflections part 1

Podcast conversations, series 2

4. International Climate & Food special
3. Taking a holistic view of the food system
2. How do ‘small’ individuals make a BIG impact
1. Good Food stories 1

Blog articles, series 2,  on HGFP website

3. Wester Ross Pocket Orchards project
2. Paris to Glasgow through the Farm Gate
1. Greenhouse growing in the Highlands

Podcast conversations, series 1

11. Good Food Conference highlights
10. How can food policy change in 2021?
9.   Can we have successful vegetable-growing enterprises in the Highlands?
8.  Can a thriving aquaculture sector support healthy communities?
7.  What Does It Take To Be A New Entrant Farmer in 2020?
6.  Highland retailers in a changing food system
5.  Is local Dairy possible in the Highlands?
4.  What's your food story?  
3.  Taking control of our bread
2.  Is regenerative farming the future?
1.  The role of community food

Blog articles (all)   on HGFC website

15. Conference Finale and looking forward
14. Mid-conference review, by Josie Fraser
13. Should every farm operate on a circular economy?
12. Scottish seaweed - a sustainable superfood
11. Local Farms In Good Hands
10. Online Markets
9.  Climavore: On Tidal Zones
8.  The Ethical Dairy
7.  Our Changing Attitude to Food Growing
6.  What's your Food Story?
5.  Flour to the People
4.  Ancient Futures for Highland Hills: Reinventing the Shielings
3.  How Did The Highland Good Food Conversation Start?
2.  A Community Food Perspective: The Rise Of The Community Fridge
1.  How Can we Make Local Food Mainstream?

 

 

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