Ferment! Using ancient skills to tackle modern problems around food waste.
14oct11:00 am12:30 amFerment! Using ancient skills to tackle modern problems around food waste.
We are proud to be presenting in the research for/with food movements stream.
This session will highlight research conducted for and with food movements from a range of non-profit organizations, food networks and universities across Canada. Each pecha kucha-like presentation will share the big ideas from the research with a focus on how it matters for food movements. Topics include evaluating the role of value-added foods in regional food distribution, food recovery, fermentation, food waste, linking food safety and food security, farmer-led research, community consultations with food bank users and more. Following the presentations, we will invite questions and discussion.
Resetting the Table, Food Secure Canada’s 9th Assembly in Toronto, October 13 – 16 2016, will have a place for you with 50+ skill-building workshops, tours, keynotes and networking opportunities.
We will weave into the Assembly opportunities to shape, and engage for, the new national food policy announced by the Trudeau Government.
Our Assembly programs are always a colourful mix of issues from across the country hosted by a wide diversity of people. The biggest complaint we get is that there is too much choice during break-out sessions!
(Friday) 11:00 am - 12:30 am
350 Victoria Street, Toronto