Food sovereignty in early 21st century Bristol – FutureMuseum at the Harbour Festival

A photograph of the 'Solar Tree' sculpture at Feed Bristol vegetable garden.

A photograph of the ‘Solar Tree’ sculpture at Edible Futures vegetable garden.

FutureMuseum will be appearing in Canons Marsh this weekend  as part of the Bristol Harbour Festival. In collaboration with the Bristol Food Network we will be displaying documents and artefacts from the early days of the food sovereignty movement in Bristol, at the start of the 21st century. As awareness of rapid global change grew, the city enjoyed a flowering of small social enterprises and independent growing projects which helped pioneer the urban agriculture systems and sustainable infrastructure we enjoy today.

The Wunderkammión will be on show from 11:00-18:00 on Saturday and Sunday the 27th-28th July.

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