The right food mix for the way ahead

Myrtleford Times - - News -

River re­gion food bowl beyond western Syd­ney, and lo­cal ini­tia­tives in­clud­ing farm­ers’ mar­kets, food ex­change projects and food co-op­er­a­tives.

“Our task in Food Lab 3 is to shape the fu­ture of the lo­cal food sys­tem,” she said.

Par­tic­i­pants would dis­cuss po­ten­tial im­prove­ments in the North East food sys­tem and iden­tify strate­gies and ac­tions to bring th­ese to re­al­ity.

Ms Schultz said any­one could at­tend – in­clud­ing those who had not taken part in the first two work­shops in June and Au­gust.

The Oc­to­ber 18 work­shop will take place at Wan­garatta’s Re­gional Stud­ies Cen­tre, 218 Tone Road, from 4:30pm.

Din­ner will be pro­vided as part of the four-hour work­shop – a free event.

In­tend­ing par­tic­i­pants have been asked to show how they iden­tify them­selves – as a pro­ducer, pro­ces­sor, re­tailer or con­sumer – by com­plet­ing a brief sur­vey at https://www.sur­vey­mon­key.com/r/ LNV8RTB.

More in­for­ma­tion is avail­able from Rob Carolane on 0409 870 932. STRATE­GIES: Wan­garatta’s Rowan O’Ha­gan, Wan­garatta Farm­ers’ Mar­ket co-or­di­na­tor Mary Daly and Beech­worth Food Co-oper­a­tive chair Jade Miles dis­cussed com­mu­nity food and mar­ket de­vel­op­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties at ‘Food Lab 2’ in Au­gust. PHOTO: Jamie Kron­borg Give Jenny a call to ar­range your ad to­day! Maybe you have a story - con­tact Justin on 5731 3308.

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