ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED. LIMITED SPACES: 40
Are you a farmer, farm worker or grower? Do you believe there’s more we can collectively do, not just to produce great food, but also to nurture people, animals and the planet? Want to talk, share and listen? The Food Ethics Council is hosting a space for the farming community to share “what’s your beef?”, but also to identify the slivers of hope that have emerged from the pandemic.
Chaired by Helen Browning (farmer, Chief Executive of the Soil Association and member of the Food Ethics Council), in this workshop we will discuss the changes you are witnessing in farming, from the personal to the global. This will be a safe space to share concerns and reasons for optimism, so we can better support one other and navigate the path to a more sustainable future.
At the start of a new era for farming, this is a chance to take stock of where we are (the stock could be beef, chicken or vegetable!) and the green shoots we can build on. The discussion will help guide the Food Ethics Council’s new three-year farming project. The path we take will be shaped by you.
For those in the farming community already registered for ORFC, please sign up for our workshop and join us. For those not yet registered, please buy your tickets for ORFC now!
13th January 2021
3:00 - 4:30 pm
Impact Hub King's Cross