Bees – the new canaries

Over the years a few different animals and plants have been termed the new canaries in the coal mine for climate change and the ecological problems facing the world. Amphibians are at terrible risk of being wiped out, which could lead to huge increases in the numbers...

Its a wrap, 9th November

Thanks for all the people that came along to the first It’s a wrap crafting group, here is a selection of what was created:Lots of people turned up with their sewing machines, including the C.O.W. Girls. I brought along a few items we could make including wine...

This Saturday – Fix the Food Chain Parade

Do you want to support a thriving yet planet-friendly farming industry? Then come and join us this Saturday 17th of October.To finish off our summer of action when we have been out and about campaigning at festivals farmers markets and other events across Birmingham...

Digbeth: Past, Present & Future

I went along to the Digbeth: Past, Present & Future discussion at Ikon Eastside on 6 October, as BFoE has long been involved in the area both from a campaigning front and the fact that BFoE’s building ‘The Warehouse’ has been located there for...

A Good Egg

MP Dr Lynne Jones took time to come to the Warehouse cafe last Monday to show her support for our Fix the Food Chain campaign. The campaign which promotes the use of planet-friendly agricultural practices over intensive factory farming (currently a very large source...