Food sovereignty, the climate and you
with Jyoti Fernandes, Dorset Farmer and Landworkers Alliance Co-Founder
Thursday 12th March 2020, 7.30pm to 9.30pm, Totnes Methodist Church
We all have a stake in the food system – whether we grow, produce, distribute, prepare or eat food – and we all have a right to good food. To realise this right we need to ensure that farmers are able to produce nutritious, ecological and healthy food, in a way that cares for the planet, and that guarantees access for all. In this workshop with farmer and Landworkers Alliance Co-Founder, Jyoti Fernandes, we’ll explore practical and political solutions that can put power back into the hands of producers and communities and build a fairer, more ecological food and farming system.
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£8 full price/£5 low-waged. Booking is advised, as there are a limited number of tickets available and the event is likely to sell out.
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This event is part of the Art of Rapid Transition: a series of workshops about change and making it happen. To find out more visit www.transitiontowntotnes.org/rapidtransition