The “Good Food Strategy – Towards a sustainable food system in the Brussels-Capital Region” is an initiative of Céline Fremault, Brussels Minister of the Environment, Agriculture and Quality of Life. It is developed by Brussels Environment and the Brussels Regional Public Service’s Agricultural Unit. Developing a sustainable food system in Brussels. Promoting a local production …Read More about Brussels Region Good Food Strategy
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The potage-toit (soup-roof) garden on the Royal Library of Belgium in central Brussels was established in 2012 by the Brussels organisation Le Début des Haricots ASBL (“the beginning of beans”) as an experimental and participatory roof garden open to the public. It was the first (and ongoing) experiment in using roof spaces in the city …Read More about Library visit
The Gray Street community garden in Etterbeek, Brussels was established in 2007 by the organisation Le début des Haricots. In 2010 the gardens running was taken over by the local community. The garden demonstrates urban vegetable growing and provides a community space for local residents. It also operates a community composting system for local households.