Fair Food Week is a time to shine the light on the ‘new story of fairness’ across the food system, from paddock to plate. It’s a week full of intriguing and attractive events around the country.
Here at Northey Street City Farm we’re celebrating with a screening of three short food films with drinks and cob oven pizza available for purchase.
About the films to be screened:
Orange Tree Blues is a powerful short film telling the story of Mick Audinno, an orange producer from Leeton, in the Riverina District of NSW.
Sourced delves into the story of food in our own backyard. It reveals the potential of small-scale, local agriculture to strengthen food security and build resilient urban communities. Sourced is a collaborative project by Youth Food Movement Australia Australia and Digital Storytellers.
An Urban Orchard traces the history of food gathering and production on the Adelaide Plains, from Kaurna food traditions to present day backyard gardens. This film is a celebration of growing and sharing good food. A film by Friends of the Earth Adelaide.
Northey Street City Farm
16 Victoria St, Windsor, Qld
Permaculture in the heart of Brisbane.
Northey Street City Farm has been developed for people to enjoy and participate in using the principles of permaculture. It is also intended to be a demonstration site where people of all ages can learn through practical, hands on experience.
This is a free event, however donations will be kindly accepted.
We will have cob oven pizza and drinks available for purchase.
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