FORK believes in the co-construction of knowledge, partnerships and networking. What are the ingredients for success and growth, individually and above all collectively? Imagination, creativity, transdisciplinarity and intersectionality. Opening up to others is not just a form of support; it is above all a form of collaborative transformation. Research and community-based teaching emphasise transparency and build relationships between researchers, students and communities, making them co-designers. This fosters trust so that shared knowledge becomes more meaningful, and design guidelines for the future, along with policy recommendations related to food and sustainability, are more closely aligned with community needs. What are you waiting for? Join our knowledge community now!