We produce high quality salad leaves and herbs at our urban farm in Bristol. But we do more than just grow food. We strongly believe that all business should have a positive social impact. This is why we support people who face significant barriers to the workplace to help run the project.Our Produce
At the Severn Project CIC we aim to empower individuals and communities by providing authentic training, education and employment opportunities. Find out about the innovative work we do, our partners and the reasons why we do it.Learn More
We grow using organic principles and deliver to restaurants, shops and distributors in the South West.
“Energetically and skilfully driven by Steve Glover, the Severn Project truly understands the issues surrounding drug dependency and social deprivation and offers a unique rehabilitation opportunity for anyone prepared to commit to it.”
Drug Treatment Coordinator, Bristol Police
“The Severn Project contributes to Bristol City Council's Sustainability agenda, producing locally grown food by environmentally responsible means, providing horticultural training and employment opportunities for its client group.”
Sustainability Manager, Sustainable City & Climate Change Team, Bristol City Council
"At a time when the pound is weakening and the UK is considering exiting trade agreements with the countries that supply us with food to eat, there are strong economic arguments for supporting local food producers like Steve. We do."
“The Severn Project reports income from trading activity far over the average for the whole Index, which is 57% - this is a factor taking into account by our judges for the SE100 Growth Award, which recognises positive and sustainable growth of a business in the last year. Their turnover per employee places them in the upper quartile for this in the region of the South West."