The right food mix for the way ahead
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.