The Acadia Community Farm invites you to attend,
November 6th and 7th
at Acadia University
Everyone needs food. Food and the underlying systems that produce it influence every facet of our lives, including the health, environment, economy and well-being of ourselves and our communities. The recent industrialization of our food system has transformed the way we interact with our food. The potential to transform our relationships with our food exists. In fact, many would argue that transforming and strengthening these relationships is absolutely fundamental in order to create and sustain a healthy planet and society.
This forum seeks to explore the ways in which connections can be formed between farming and education and the potential for these connections to contribute to a shift towards a new ecologically aware food system that is grounded in practical wisdom.
If you are interested in presenting or leading a workshop at the forum or if you would like more information please contact us at email@example.com or call Alex at (902) 585-1311.
Also in Wolfville on the weekend of November 6th and 7th:
presented by Slow Food NS
Check it out at http://www.slowmotionfilmfest.ca/.