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Western Australia’s first Food And Drink Symposium
May 28, 2017$100
This exciting new event which promises to bring together farmers, chefs and consumers to talk about issues that affect West Australians. The organisers are aiming to create opportunities for both like-minded and curious people to talk and listen on topics such as mental health, the real cost of food, seasonality and availability.
Listed below are a few key speakers that will be participating at FADS;
- Tammi Jonas – Farmer & butcher from Eganstown, Victoria. Rare breed pigs and Lowline & Murray Grey cattle, on farm butcher. More details in media release. http://jonaifarms.com.au
- Owen Catto – Senior Community Educator, Regional Men’s Health. http://regionalmenshealth.org.au
- Warren Pensini – Certified organic and 100% grass fed farmer, Boyup Brook http://www.blackwoodvalleybeef.com.au
- Guy Jeffreys – chef & gardener, Millbrook Winery https://www.millbrook.wine/pages/restaurant
- Nic Giblett – conventional and certified organic orchardist, Manjimup http://www.valleyvieworganics.com.au
Many more farmers, food writers, food retailers and chefs will come together for the day, these few will hopefully give you an idea of the breadth of conversation to be covered.
Tickets: Tickets to FADS are $100 and include lunch, morning and afternoon tea, available via chuffed.org/project/fads
Date: Sunday 28 May 2017
Location: Jim Webster Pavilion, Claremont Showground
About Food Land Culture
Katrina Lane (passionate local food advocator, Long Summer Table convener) and Ai-Ling Truong (food curator and founder of Food Truck Rumble) have joined forces at Food Land Culture to present WA’s first Food and Drink Symposium (FADS).
Food Land Culture aims to create links between farmers, producers, chefs and thoughtful consumers to help build a better food culture across the community.