Organiclea will be at the London Permaculture festival this Sunday with a stall and some workshops.
Come down at 12:10 for
Local Food Enterprise: How local food can work for a better future.
Adam and Hannah will be giving an overview of Organiclea’s produce distribution systems exploring lessons learnt and lessons still in the learning.
Through permaculture principles and learning over the last 10 years, Organiclea has developed a unique and effective distribution model for the produce from their 12 acre site, which also joins with and supports other local growers and farmers. This talk will share our current working model of distribution and enterprise and is for anyone interested in how small-scale community food projects can make a contribution to local food economies and work towards changing our food system.
At 2:20 Robin Grey and Hugh Lupton will present:
I’ll be good to the land: A history of English radical’s struggle for land rights in storytelling and song
A participatory exploration of English radical’s struggle for land rights in folk song and story. Using story, music and poetry the event will explore the relationships between local food and global justice. At 2:20pm
Sunday 14th July • 11am-7pm • Cecil Sharp House, Camden • £5 / £4 concs (u18s free) www.londonpermaculturefestival.com