Happy City doesn’t run the country, but if we did…
There would be plenty of affordable food for everyone. More land would be made available for growing produce to feed our own people, and we’d give people the tools, knowledge and confidence to grow their own vegetables in their gardens, in schools or on allotments. It sounds crazily simple, because it is.
As part of Bristol Harbour Festival 2013 on 27 and 28 July, Happy City, the charity whose purpose is live more, share more, enjoy life for less, is introducing the State of Happiness — a country founded on goodwill, positivity and shared inspiration.
The State of Happiness will come to life at the Amphitheatre during the Harbour Festival — and the great news is that Bristol is at the heart of the movement tackling food security, nurturing and giving life to a range of exciting and dynamic projects whose aim is to feed our population without costing the earth.
This weekend at Bristol Harbour Festival 2013 look out for some of tomorrow’s food heroes whose work will bring a more equitable, healthy and fairer system of food growing.
Bristol University’s Urban Pollinators Project