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Conference bookings now open!
The Food for a Greener Future Conference is a great opportunity to hear from the experts about what a sustainable food system would look like, what our local growers and producers are up to in Cambridge and find out more about what we can all do to get involved with sustainable food movements and eat more sustain-ably ourselves.
There are some great speakers lined up to talk at the conference, including Jess Halliday of City University, Dan Iles from World Development Movement, Duncan Williamson of WWF UK, and Mike Small of The Fife Diet. There will also be practical hands-on workshops on topics such as February food, making the most of meat, food waste and food footprints, as well as lots of stalls from local, ethical, sustainable growers and producers.
Tickets are just £15 or £10 concession and include a seasonal, sustainable lunch. Click here for more info and to view the full conference timetable.