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Creating a local food system which is good for people, place and planet.


Our Vision is for regenerative food, farming and land-use systems.

Member of the Sustainable Food Places Network since 2022.

The aim of this conference is to bring people together around agro-ecological farming and food systems, to inspire each other, share good practice, build networks and create the community that can bring about the transition we need.


As a bio-region, 'The Marches' (both sides of the England/Wales border) offers us a huge opportunity to focus our efforts.

The event will be hosted at Linley Farm, September 15-16, 2023.


Please help us to make this an inspiring and informative event.


We're looking for contributors to:

  • Present, perform or host practical workshops

  • Organise themed panel discussions

  • Sponsors sessions, events or breaks

Get in touch to be a part of the MRFFC!

The Shropshire Good Food Charter sets out our vision for a more sustainable, equitable and resilient food system.

Your pledge to make changes at home, in your business or within your organisation will help drive food system change in our County.  

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As a member of the Sustainable Food Places Network, we believe "that to drive a shift towards healthier and more sustainable food requires high public awareness of food issues and widespread participation in food-related activity, by both individuals and institutions, as part of a growing movement of active food citizenship." 


Ensure everyone has access to sufficient nutritious affordable food

Build community, connecting people through food to each other and the land

Create livelihood opportunities, forging a strong local food economy

Enable environmental regeneration and a shift to net zero carbon in
food and farming 

Let's grow together:

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