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Time to SAVE FOOD (Special Community Event)

4 November 2018 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am

Free

Love Food, the Great Outdoors & Making a Difference?

Come along to this special event to:

  • Make a difference: Want to help save food/reduce food waste? Come listen to Dinh Tran, the founder of the Save Food Movement, who will share her top tips on reducing food waste in your kitchen.
  • Enjoy nature: learn about the beautiful plants in the FoodFaith community garden and do a bit of volunteer gardening to help these plants flourish! (open to all levels of experience, you don’t need to be an experienced gardener).
  • Satisfy your stomach: As a practical step towards reducing food waste, we are encouraging participants to bring any salad ingredients + bread that you have in your fridge. We will also be harvesting produce from the community garden, and we’ll combine all the ingredients gathered from everyone into a tasty salad, so participants can enjoy a salad sandwich for brunch…healthy, tasty and satisfying!

We are giving away goodie bags to participants to help people to reduce food waste in their everyday lives (ie. fabric shopping bag + tea towel + bag clips/food storage clips, etc). Stocks are limited – register for the event so we can reserve a bag for you 🙂

CLICK HERE to Register for the Event (via Facebook)

Location: The event will be held at/around the Food Faith Community Garden, which is situated in Hughes Park (Waterview Drive, Lane Cove, NSW, Australia)
Date: Sunday 4th November 2018
Time: 9.30am till 11.30am

Hope to see you there!

Find out more about the Save Food Movement here: http://www.eattheglobe.com/sfm

Find out more about the Food Faith Community Garden here:
https://foodfaith.com.au/sustainability/community-garden/

Venue

Foodfaith Lane Cove Community Garden
Hughes Park, Waterview Drive
Lane cove, NSW 2066 Australia
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Website:
www.foodfaith.com.au

Organiser

Eat the Globe
Phone:
02 8007 5777
Email:
dinh@eattheglobe.com
Website:
http://www.eattheglobe.com