How can you support your staff to make
healthier & more sustainable food choices?

Half day & lunchtime workshops for business & corporate groups.

Educate, inspire and empower your team to engage with your organisation’s sustainability journey and to be part of building a just and nourishing future.

Why host a grOWN IT workshop for your staff?

Our workshops: 

  • Increase agency & engagement.  

  • Encourage co-creation of sustainable practices.  

  • Lead to improved wellbeing. 

Through:

  • Practical, actionable solutions & ideas.

  • Interactive, hands-on & team building activities.  

  • Featured guest speakers from Bristol’s inspiring food & farming community.

  • A framework, plus support, to embed sustained changes.

Our work with corporate groups supports our work with young people. By investing in your staff and sustainability you will also be supporting a local educational enterprise working with young people to build a better future. You will be part of the movement towards a sustainable, secure and resilient food future for Bristol.

What will a workshop with grOWN IT include?

Through our workshop your staff will:

  • Learn about the current food climate, the impact of food on our lives and environment and the challenges we face

  • Learn about innovative urban farming technologies

  • Explore the psychology of food choices and how we choose what we eat

  • Compete in teams to build aquaponic kits without instruction

  • Be inspired to make food choices that are better for the environment and for their health and wellbeing

  • Hear from a guest speaker from Bristol inspiring food and farming community

  • Leave with actionable solutions to building a sustainable food future

your organisation will:

  • Benefit from higher job satisfaction through learning programmes

  • Be investing in the health and wellbeing of staff

  • Support youth development and invest in creating a sustainable food future in Bristol

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T: 07881 581841  E: info@grownit.org.uk