Lincolnshire Food Partnership is a partnership of local organisations across Greater Lincolnshire, working together for fairer, healthier, greener food for all, through sustainable local action.
We have over 60 food partners in the areas of food poverty, food business and food education. We are a Constituted Unincorporated Association with a board of 12 drawn from the public, private and voluntary sectors.
We came into being in 2016 as a result of a local food research project at the University of Lincoln which led, in turn, to a Local Food Strategy that recommended the formation of a City Food Partnership. We went County-wide in 2020 as a result of an expressed need for food support in the more rural parts of the County.
Our 12 current projects are here: https://lincolnfoodpartnership.org/current-projects/
We support foodbanks and other organisations challenging food poverty and community food growing projects in Lincolnshire