ASEED coordinates Amsterdam’s Community Food Solidarity Project which supports small-scale farmers, refugee friends and alternative community kitchens. Solidarity farming events are organized to give support to agroecological farmers and refugees who gain paid work experience.

Community vokus (solidarity meals) are organised with local organic food directly harvested from the collaborating farms and food gardens. Nourishing exchanges take place and awareness is raised via events that intersect climate justice, the refugee crisis and food sovereignty struggles.

In the process a more diverse and mutually-supportive community is built.

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