About Edible Brum

Edible Brum is all about food. We help people to learn how we can grow it ourselves, how it’s linked to our health and well-being, how we need to make serious changes in our behaviour to tackle food poverty and hold organisations to account for the amount of food that is wasted and plastic waste that is created. Get involved in one of our regular community gardens, book one of our experts to get your project off the ground or volunteer and help us help others.

News

Power2Grow

Growing your own food?  Get help for your community group to start or improve your food growing project. If you live in Longbridge, Rubery, Cofton or Northfield you can access this support for free in 2018 as part of the Move More Eat Well programme. We helped Allens Cross Community Centre to grow 185kg of fruit and veg last year. What could we help you achieve?

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Activities

Community GardensGet involved in one of our RHS award winning community gardens to learn and share food growing skills, volunteer and get active
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Power 2 GrowFind out how our mentoring, networking and training support can help your community growing project get started and flourish
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Food & WasteHelping communities strengthen their food security, reduce food poverty, eat more healthily and reduce the food and plastic they waste
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Training & CoursesGet involved in one of our horticultural courses, book yourself on our green leadership 'ditch the desk' day or volunteer and help us help others.
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Our projects

Green Generations

Get involved with the environment via one of exciting education or arts projects across the city.

Cycle South Brum

Learn to ride, join a maintenance class or come along to a led bike ride around South Birmingham.

ecobirmingham

Find out more about us and explore our other projects such as Move More Eat Well and Arts Engagement activities.