Be it breeding or urban gardening, we support your urban agriculture projects.
Although the Brussels Region is urbanised, agriculture is in full swing. Indeed, there are many urban agricultural projects on Brussels territory: professional horticulture, local vegetable gardens, greenhouses on roofs, herb and mushroom nurseries in cellars, and even fish farming.
Support for sustainable food production in Brussels is organised as part of the Good Food strategy "Towards a sustainable food system in the Brussels-Capital Region", which was approved by the government in December 2015. Its aim is to respond to the environmental challenges posed by the food system.
Discover the different types of aid, from a helping hand to get your urban agriculture project off the ground, to aid after an agricultural disaster, to the free distribution of fruit, vegetables and dairy products in schools...
Find out all about this strategy to significantly increase food self-sufficiency in Brussels through innovative, sustainable urban production that has excellent environmental and economic credentials, and creates jobs.
Discover the various support measures for professional urban agriculture projects. This ranges from support for the start-up of your project, to support following an agricultural disaster, to free distribution of fruit, vegetables and dairy products at school, etc.