HART helps develop ‘The Feeding Tariff’ Project 

The Feeding Tariff is a partnership between the University, Green Futures, the Lincoln Food Partnership, Grimsby Community Energy, and Community Assets Plus, which generates income from sustainable renewable energy solar panel installations to provide revenue streams continuously over 20 years Continue reading HART helps develop ‘The Feeding Tariff’ Project 

Lincoln Food Partnership

Lincoln Food Partnership

HART’s Professor Nigel Curry, who is also Chair of the Lincoln Food Partnership Board, spent a stimulating hour talking with Amy Claridge on the Radio Lincolnshire, Amy’s Lincolnshire Kitchen programme on 27 February. Discussion ranged widely over global food issues Continue reading Lincoln Food Partnership

Lincoln Whole-City Food Strategy: launch

Karen Lee & Nige food strat

The Lincoln City Food Strategy launches on Friday 29 September 2017. Triggered by research undertaken by members of HART, the Strategy aims to link a wide range of City food activities and at the same time tackle problems of food security, Continue reading Lincoln Whole-City Food Strategy: launch

New staff member

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A very warm welcome to a new member of staff joining the team: Dr Kate Timmins is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Sport and Exercise Science. With a background in nutritional and physical activity epidemiology, Kate’s research is Continue reading New staff member