A sustainable food system is not just about on-farm sustainability but a range of wider social and ecological concerns, such as community food security, fair labour practices, equitable access to land and resources, indigenous and refugee rights, ecological health and climate change.
How can we thread together the many food struggles and initiatives to forge a stronger food movement that goes beyond sustainability?
Join a panel of local and international farmers, policy experts, social enterprise leaders and activists for an evening of discussion examining the changing opportunities, challenges and contradictions in the movement to create a healthier and just food system.
Panelists include: Eric Holt-Giménez, Food First (USA), Carolyn Suggate, Organic & Regenerative Investment Cooperative, Chris Ennis, CERES Fair Food, CERES Fair Wood and Sally Ruljancich, CSA Network Australia & New Zealand, Prom Coast Food Collective
Tickets: $25 full / $19 concession and available here