11 March 2021 Online kick-off for stakeholders and interested parties: For two hours, the
extended project team together with the advisors of the Climate and Energy Fund dealt
intensively with the starting project and prepared application contents for implementation.
Afterwards, interested stakeholders were able to find out more about the project and
explore points of contact for the first time.
Project presentation during the information hour
17 March 2021 Inspection of the Kettenbrücke site: For the first time, all those involved in
the implementation of the new use planned there for the world field and community garden
met and concretely discussed the area and the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead
there. Present were: FeedINN project, representatives of the Sisters of Mercy Kettenbrücke,
representatives of the mayor's office, feld:schafft, Netzwerkstelle Gemeinschaftsgärten Tirol.
-Interviews were conducted with stakeholders of the Innsbruck food system from
production, administration, civil society, food industry. This provides deeper insights into
challenges, opportunities and limits - output: Analysis of a sustainable food system and food
space Innsbruck + Preparation and exploration of topics for the stakeholder workshops.
-Discussions were held with tenants in the market hall to arrive at visions for a more
sustainable market hall and to look for concrete approaches to waste reduction.
The workshop: „Food as a field of action for sustainable and climate-neutral urban
development in Innsbruck - dialogue, networking, strengthening" was successfully held on
29 September at the Innsbruck City Library. 37 people were present to learn about the
results of the stakeholder interviews and to exchange ideas in small groups. At three
thematic tables, there were intensive discussions on where the journey for sustainable food
planning can continue in each case. For the topics "urban community catering" and "urban
gardening", it was possible to build on past discussions and projects, and stakeholders with
years of experience went straight into the in-depth discussion. The aim of the "Urban-rural
relations for sustainable food systems" topic table was much more exploratory, as there is
hardly any experience in this area in Innsbruck. Together with experts, the topic and the
concrete possible approaches were outlined.
Here the presentation of the results of the stakeholder interviews
Here the documentation of the workshop
Here is a short interim status of the projects
– Pilot education programme Project days "Ernährung findet Stadt" of our project partner
feld:schafft in close cooperation with FeedINN. Two school classes of an NMS spent 5 days
each dealing with the topic of sustainable nutrition.
Here is a short project report
– Presentation of the FeedINN project at a workshop event of the Austrian Federal
Environmental Agency "Sustainable Nutrition in the Alpine Region" on 10.11.2021
- Planning is underway for a first season of the World Acre in 2022 by our partner
organisation die feld:schafft.
Planning of action days for waste reduction in the Markthalle Innsbruck on 18 and 19.3:
"Less is worth more! Going sustainable with the Markthalle Innsbruck".Colourful
programme on waste and waste reduction in the food sector, from proper storage and
hygiene to leftover cooking and proper waste separation, introduction of a guide for refilling
customer containers brought in,
- Further networking of educational actors (cooperation within the framework of the World
Support of contract work and communication strategy for the World Acre
– Planning and financing of further implementations of the project days " „Ernährung findet
Stadt" involving the World Acre, the Innsbruck Market Hall and the MOST project. The
educational programme thus also connects the individual project parts and creates a longer-
term basis for schools to engage in sustainable nutrition in the district beyond the project
days (through cooperation with the MOST project and the City of Innsbruck).