PUBLIC FORUM | Making the Local Food Conversation Bigger: Lessons from the USA

Summary

PUBLIC FORUM

Start Date

10th Aug 2016 5:30pm

End Date

10th Aug 2016 7:30pm


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Guest Speaker: Anthony Flaccavento

The National Community Food Hubs Speaking Tour comes to Tasmania on the 10th August. Attendees will hear from leading International Food Hub and Social Entrepreneur Anthony Flaccavento, President of Sequestering Carbon, Accelerating Local Economies (SCALE).

A Public Forum showcasing local food initiatives from North West Tasmania and the USA exploring innovative ways to create greater value for local producers, entrepreneurs, revitalising rural and regional communities and enhancing affordable access to healthy food for all.

When: Wednesday 10th August 2016
Time: 5.00pm for a 5.30pm start. Finishes at 7.30pm
Where: River Room, Wharf Road, Ulverstone, Tasmania
Contact: Sandy Murray
Registration: Eventbrite
Cost: Free* 

About Anthony Flaccavento
Anthony Flaccavento is an organic farmer from Virginia, USA and author of a new book, 'Building a Healthy Economy from the Bottom Up: Harnessing Real World Experience for Transformative Change' released in June 2016. He has been working on community, environmental and economic development in the region for more than 30 years. He is dedicated to catalysing and supporting ecologically healthy regional economies and food systems.

Event Flyer (PDF 381KB)

* This free seminar is presented by the University of Tasmania's, Sustainable Food Consumption Flagship, Institute for the Study of Social Change and has been supported by: Tasmanian Government, Central Coast Council, Kentish, A SPROUT initiative, Cradle Coast Authority, The Institute for Regional Development Cradle Coast Campus.