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Labelling: Its not a game of Hide ‘n’ Seek

One of my goals for 2014 is to put focus on labelling as a personal and community obligation.The content of our food is not a hide and seek pot luck of lies, deception or creative expression. There is a big difference between fresh produce and manufactured product yet creative marketing ... Read More »

GIVE A FORK! about Sustainable Seafood

Relax over dinner with friends and learn about sustainable seafood The latest initiative by Melbourne’s Sustainable Table, GIVE A FORK! challenges us all to consider what we put on our plates, this year’s theme is Sustainable Seafood. Give a Fork! is an opportunity for you and your friends and family ... Read More »

What can artisans learn from the local food movement?

Visit GAFFA Gallery in Sydney’s CBD to learn more about Economist Amory Starr’s vision for a sustainable, thriving local objects economy. The exhibition is running in conjunction with Sydney Design 2013. In the ruins of Wall Street, the Local Food movement has built a US$4.8B economy of integrity. Economist/activist/artist Amory ... Read More »

Green Roofs & Walls at the Powerhouse Museum

Hear about the City of Sydney’s plans for green roofs & walls – and learn how to make one The 2013 Sydney Design Festival is about to kick off and they’re putting on some great green-oriented design events and exhibitions. Come and see the future, as city farming goes vertical ... Read More »

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