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Transforming our Food, Farming and Countryside Systems


"It is women who are more affected by food poverty, as mothers and carers, and as un- or under-employed or low paid workers, often in food retail, the food service and care sectors."

Sue Pritchard

Director, the RSA Food, Farming and Countryside Commission


THE RSA FELLOWSHIP

THE RSA FELLOWSHIP

Join a collaborative community of 29,000 people

The RSA Fellowship is a global network committed to creating positive social change through the work they do and the communities they wish to impact. 

RSA Fellows come from a range of backgrounds and work in diverse areas to transform their ideas, however big or small, into a reality through the support of the Fellowship and the RSA.

Joining the Fellowship enables you to be part of a network that supports the RSA in reaching out and listening to rural communities whose voices have long been unheard. Be part of a continuing conversation on our countryside, environment, and building a sustainable future. 

Connect with a Global Network

Connect with a Global Network

Share new ideas and projects and work collaboratively with a supportive and powerful network of female workers, entrepreneurs and leaders.

Project Support

Project Support

Support your innovative work through our Catalyst fund, RSA Transform and crowdfunding support to make your ideas a reality.

Get Involved with the Commission

Get Involved with the Commission

Catch up with our UK wide bike tour, explore our analyses of proposals, and support our local inquiries in different parts of the UK.

meet inspiring women in the rsa fellowship

Sarah Wakefield

Sarah Wakefield

Food Sustainability Manager, The Co-operative Food

Manchester  

Laura Hopper

Laura Hopper

Tackling food waste and food poverty as CEO of Plan Zheroes

London  

Emma Marsh

Emma Marsh

Saving nature one step at a time. Regional Director for the RSPB in the Midlands

 

Gillian Rodger

Gillian Rodger

Director, Slow Food Youth Network Scotland: Campaigning for sustainable food & community empowerment

Edinburgh  

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