Fife Council been invited, as guests of Nourish Scotland, to take part in COP26 along with farmers and food producers from Fife’s Fork to Farm project.
COP26 is the 2021 United Nations climate change conference which began in Glasgow on 31 October and runs until 12 November. It’s where world leaders come together to discuss what we can all do to save our planet for future generations.
On November 5, members from Fife’s Fork to Farm project will take part in Nourish Scotland’s global dialogues, sharing ideas with farmers from all over the world.
We’ll also be premiering our film, which reflects on the issues and ideas raised by Fork to Farm and showcases some of the region’s inspirational farmers and food producers, at 11.15am on Monday 8 November.
Fife’s Fork to Farm project started in August 2021 and includes farmers from Fife, members of the National Farmers Union (NFU) and member of the Food4Fife Partnership. The Food4Fife partnership is a platform which gives us the opportunity to talk about new routes to market for local food and how we can reduce Fife’s food footprint.
If you would like to watch the film premiere on November 8 and ask our farmers a question, you can book your place at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/online-fields-of-hope-tickets-197857807027
For more information on Fife’s Fork to Farm project and the Food4Fife Partnership Visit https://our.fife.scot/food4fife
For more information about Nourish Scotland’s COP26 events see https://www.nourishscotland.org/campaigns/cop26-and-food-systems/