Learn Grow Feast Festival

October 18, 2015

October 18, 2015

2:00 pm To 7:00 pm

Millen Farm at the Samford Commons, Mount Samson Road, Samford Valley, Queensland, Australia

http://www.millenfarm.org/millen-farm/learn-grow-feast-festival/

FREE

0490125604

Event Description

Join us for nourishing, tasty food, be inspired by fresh, local, seasonal produce, engage with the fabulous community groups and businesses, get involved in the exciting displays and demonstrations, enjoy the atmosphere and entertainment and reflect at the end of the day with a screening of “Fair Food Australia” and Q & A, the first film that looks at what is wrong with our Australian food system and how we may be able to fix it.

Commencing directly after our half-day conference ‘Digging Deeper into Soil‘ during Fair Food Week head along to the Samford Commons on Sunday, October 18th from 2pm to 7pm for a celebration of locally grown food.

Organizers

Millen Farm

2204 Mount Samson Road, Samford Village Qld 4520

0490125604

http://www.millenfarm.org

Short description—organiser

 Millen Farm, a not for profit organisation, is a community-owned sustainable enterprise that has been founded, established and managed by the community, for the community. 


We are developing a commercially viable organic farm and teaching space that aims to be a catalyst for significant local food production in the Samford Valley and beyond. 

Fair Food Week theme

Theme 2: Community gardens

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