Thus, the SATD does constitute a Territorial Food Plan (TAP) within the meaning of the “Future Law for Agriculture, Food and Forestry” of October 13, 2014. It creates a strategic and operational framework responding to social, environmental, economic and health issues and facilitating private and public projects.
Food thus becomes an integrating and structuring axis of sectoral policies in our territory.
The SATD is divided into 86 actions co-animated with its partners: “Les Sens du Goût”, “Les Anges Gardins”, “Aprobio”, the Chamber of Agriculture, “Bio en Hauts de France”, “Initiative Paysanne”, “Terre de Liens”… All of them bring their expertise to companies, associations, municipalities… and citizens through, for example, awareness-raising workshops, promotion actions…
In addition, structuring projects aim at the interconnection of the actors :