Isn’t growing our own food outdated, idealistic and too much like hard work?
Embercombe is inviting local food lovers, experts, producers and everyday eaters round The Kitchen Table to enjoy great food, good company and stimulating conversation on April 19th at 7pm in The Barrelhouse, Totnes.
The event is free, with a delicious meal available for £6 provided by us, The Kitchen Table. The bar will be open all evening for alcoholic, soft and hot drinks.
This provocative conversation cafe will be kicked off by Suzy Edwards and Jo Clarke. Suzy was a co-founder of the Alliance Against Urban 4x4s and sat on the board of Friends of the Earth. She is a professional environmentalist who enjoys scrutinising ‘sacred cows’ and now works at Embercombe. Jo is a Devon farmers son and has been a clown, a gardener, a parent and a teacher and now cares for the 50 acres of land at Embercombe, which feeds 1000’s every year and runs the land based learning programme there.
The speakers will talk about ’How we can all do our jobs AND eat sustainably? Isn’t growing our own food outdated, idealistic and too much like hard work? , then the conversations over wonderful Kitchen Table food will begin. Suzy from Embercombe says “This is a fantastic opportunity to process what you’ve heard and discuss the issues raised”.
Booking essential, please email email@example.com stating whether or not you will be eating.