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Food Security - new resources

The Sustainable Development Commission have just released their new paper "Food Security & Sustainability - A Perfect Fit", which is essential reading for anyone interested in understanding why we must keep food firmly on the radar for carbon reduction, biodiversity and community security.

The timing of the document fits with the upcoming release of the TYF EcoSapiens / Hay on Earth Food Security Plan for Wales, which moves the focus from understanding to action. Much of the work on the draft has been completed by John Fagan from the Global ID Group, one of the world's leading non-GM testing organisations, and passionate advocate for sustainability and transparency in our food supply. The plan will be published on this site in two weeks time; email Andy Middleton if you want to see a copy of the draft - comments welcome.

Elsewhere in Wales, we are encouraged by news that Groundwork are close to securing the first site to develop as a Naked Food pilot site, where we will be working with socially excluded groups to develop the technical and operational skills to develop small scale, commercial horticulture projects.

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