Many of us would love to be able to grow all of our own food, but may not have the skills (or the resources) to do so. You’d be surprised at just how much is possible, even in an urban environment (if I can grow a tomato like the one pictured, anything is possible!)
This weekend (10-11 July 2010), Robina McCurdy will be hosting a workshop on ‘Local Food Reliance‘:
This dynamic workshop is an in-depth sharing of Robina’s participatory tools for creating sustainable community food systems, applied to Cape Town and surrounds. Robina will also share a range of successful international models of local food production and distribution.
The intended outcome of the workshop is that participants leave with a sound integrated strategy for community scale food self reliance, with immediate action steps toward achieving this individually and collectively, starting at their own back doors, within their own neighbourhoods and building on existing networks.
More about Robina McCurdy:
Robina is a co-founder of Tui Land Trust & Community in Aotearoa, New Zealand, and founder/trustee of the Institute for Earthcare Education Aotearoa. She is also the pioneer-developer of the international programme, S.E.E.D. Schools Environmental Education & Development, and of PLANET Organic in New Zealand (vocational training in bio-regional & community-scale sustainable landuse design, management and facilitation.
Dates: 10, 11 July 2010.
Venue: WESSA Barn in Kirstenhof, Cape Town.
Cost: R475-R950 for weekend | R300 – R600 for Saturday only (cost is on income-based sliding scale)
For more details, and to register, contact Inna Alex: firstname.lastname@example.org