Don’t miss your chance to influence the future of local food at one of three conferences being held across Forth Valley this spring:
Where we’ll be celebrating our food and drink success stories and brainstorming ways to meet the region’s pressing social, environmental and economic needs.
Stuart Gusinski of Forth Valley Food Futures said: “These three one-day events will include workshops on a range of food topics and a chance to exhibit your own local initiatives and network with other local businesses and organisations.”
Join us to explore how we make Forth Valley a place known for good food that:
Each event will bring people together to connect over good food. Forth Valley Food and Drink Coordinator Stacey Spence said:
“As the Good Food Nation Act moves closer with the requirement for detailed local food plans, this opportunity to look at all aspects of food in the Forth Valley has never been more timely.
“We’ll be joined by coordinators from all over Scotland, so there will be plenty of inspiration and learning to be shared.”
Each day will include:
For further information and to express an interest in exhibiting please email Stuart Guzinski firstname.lastname@example.org
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