Links Axel 17th June 2013 Links2014-11-13T13:05:36+00:00 CSAsOtherResources CSAsBennison FarmBennison Farm CSA is a Community Supported Agriculture project serving the districts of Colchester and Tendring in Essex. Camel CSACamel CSA is a community supported agriculture project in north Cornwall, UK. Canalside Community FoodCanalside Community Food is a CSA scheme, based on Leasowe Farm, for people in Leamington/Warwick area and surroundings and producing weekly, organic, veg shares in a range of sizes suitable for different households. Cultivate OxfordCultivate is a community-owned food co-operative just outside Oxford. Diss Community FarmDCF is a Community Supported Agriculture project based in and around Diss. FlintShareFlintShare is a community run social enterprise in Flintshire which aims to produce fresh, local sustainable food with and for its members. Hempsals Community FarmHempsals Community Farm is a CSA project set up by Ben and Emma Tregenna just outside the village of Willingham. Norwich Farm ShareCommunity-owned farm growing delicious seasonal vegetables just outside Norwich. Part of Transition Norwich. Organic IlfordRedbridge-based CSA / box scheme. School Farm Community Supported AgricultureSchool farm CSA aims to provide Totnes, Dartington and the wider community with access to high quality, ecological and local food. Stroud Community AgricultureStroud Community Agriculture Ltd (SCA) is a community-led co-operative in Stroud, producing fresh organic/biodynamic produce for its members. The Community FarmCSA based in the Chew Valley between Bristol and Bath. The Oak Tree Low Carbon FarmCSA in the parish of Rushmere St Andrew to the East of Ipswich. OtherCambridge Carbon FootprintCambridge Carbon Footprint is a registered charity concerned with climate change; we aim to help people work together creatively to make real CO2 reductions. Cambridge Edible GardenA new edible garden project at Murray Edwards College in Cambridge for students, University staff & the local community. All are welcome! COFCOThe Cambridge Organic Food Co. is at the heart of Cambridge's organic food community. COFCO has been delivering organic veg boxes in Cambridge since 1998. Empty Common GardenThis new garden on the corner of Brooklands Ave and Trumpington Road aims to be ecologically sound and is run on organic principles, allowing gardening experiences for all ages and abilities. Feeding the 5000Feeding the 5000 is a campaign that aims to empower and inspire the global community to enact positive solutions to the global issue of food waste. Home of the Gleaning Network and The Pig Idea. FoodCycle CambridgeThe home of the Cambridge FoodCycle Hub - turning food surplus into tasty meals for those in need. Rock AbundanceRock Abundance is a new community-led project aiming to encourage more people in Cambridge (UK) to ‘swap and share’ fresh fruit and veg and long-life preserves. Romsey Community GardenCommunity Garden on Marmora Road: Wildlife, flowers, vegetables, herbs, social space for picnics and events, great for kids. The Humanitarian CentreA network for international relief & development, focusing on Global Food Futures in 2014. Waterland OrganicsThe website of Willow Farm, home of CropShare. Running an organic box scheme for Cambridge and surrounding villages. ResourcesCambridge Sustainable Food CityCambridge Sustainable Food City is a network of organisations and individuals who are passionate about sustainable food. CSA Network UKBuilding the community supported agriculture movement across the UK. La Via CampesinaThe international movement of peasants, small- and medium-sized producers, landless, rural women, indigenous people, rural youth and agricultural workers. Soil AssociationThe Soil Association has a wealth of information about Community Supported Agriculture, plus a directory of CSAs in the UK. The Landworkers’ AllianceThe Landworkers’ Alliance are a producer-led organisation of small-scale producers and family farmers, campaigning for the rights of landworkers in the UK. Transition CambridgeThe Cambridge branch of the Transition Network. Make sure to subscribe to their weekly bulletin to stay up-to-date on all things Transition and CropShare. Transition NetworkTransition Network helps communities respond to climate change and shrinking supplies of cheap energy (peak oil). This process, which we call Transition, aims to create stronger, happier communities. UrgenciUrgency is the International Network of Community - Supported Agriculture.