Edmonton Journal - - YOU - CODIE McLACH­LAN Codie McLach­lan hits some of our city’s best bashes to snap pho­tos for our weekly So­cial Seen col­umn. He is an Ed­mon­ton pho­to­jour­nal­ist. Email your event sug­ges­tions to [email protected]­mon­ton­jour­ or tweet Codie at @fo­tocodie. Fol­low Codie on

Where: Yel­low­head Brew­ery When: April 4

What: A chance for Ed­mon­ton’s food scene to get to­gether and min­gle and dis­cuss the city’s suc­cesses and on­go­ing chal­lenges and what it will take to keep grow­ing the city’s food scene. Green Drinks is a monthly in­for­mal ses­sion put on by The Lo­cal Good for peo­ple who work in the en­vi­ron­men­tal field.

Fea­tur­ing: Guest speak­ers Chris Lerohl, Dan Young, Glen­don Tan, Peter Keith, Thea Moss, Trina Moyles and Stephanie Bach.


Amelia Alt­miks, left, Lu­cas Bur­rows, Wamiq Hus­sain and Brit­tany Steel at­tended the Green Drinks: Farm to Fork at the Yel­low­head Brew­ery in Ed­mon­ton on Wed­nes­day.

Stephanie Bach, left, Daniela O’Cal­laghan, John O’Cal­laghan and Kim­lin Me­tivier took in the in­for­mal ses­sion put on by The Lo­cal Good for peo­ple work­ing in the en­vi­ron­men­tal field held Wed­nes­day.

Trina Moyles, au­thor of Women Who Dig, was one of the guest speak­ers.

Peo­ple placed their favourite places to eat on a map dur­ing Green Drinks: Farm to Fork at the Yel­low­head Brew­ery.

Maryann Borch of Good Note Com­mu­nity Farm poses with Sina Ti­etz.

Arielle Dem­chuk, left, Ali­son Len­nie and Steph Chai.

Copies of Trina Moyles’ book, Women Who Dig: Farm­ing, Fem­i­nism, and the Fight to Feed the World, were sold dur­ing Green Drinks: Farm to Fork.

Peter Keith poses with Vanessa Barbe at the Yel­low­head Brew­ery.


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