Food Matters


Join us as we explore the impacts of our food choices and what we can do to support sustainable, fair and healthy food for all

Thursdays 23 May - 13 June, 6.30 - 9 pm

Weekly for 4 weeks

$50 full price or $20 concession

About this Event

Each week we will:

  • Identify the simple things we can do as consumers and food citizens
  • Hear from others who are creating a new, local food system
  • Discuss ways to work towards food that is affordable, delicious and sustaining for both our families and our planet.

We are passionate about making sure we can all afford and enjoy delicious quality food. With populations growing and the cost of food rising, access to food - particularly for disadvantaged sections of the community - is becoming increasingly important. Eating sustainably will make a real difference to food security, local economies and our own health: as well as the health of the planet.

The food system is changing to meet the challenges of the future

Our Presenters

Liz is co-founder and manager of The Food Embassy and she co-founded the SA Community Foodies program. She currently teachers in public health and community nutrition at a tertiary level. With over 20 years expereince in state and local govenremnt in Australia and overseas she brings extensive knowledge of nutrition and food systems to the program. Liz descibes herself as having 'a love of delicious food and a desire to connect people over the joy of good food'.

Linda recently joined The Food Embassy and has worked extensively in community-wide initiatives, schools, early childhood settings, workplaces and equitable policy development. Expereinced in promoting health and well being, social connection and community cohesion Linda is committed to creating a future where quality and delicious food is easily accessable to everyone. Linda descibes herself as being 'fascinated by the links across our local biodiversity, urban food production and waste management systems'.

Finacial Support

If you need financial assistance to attend this event please contact [email protected] or 0421007818 to discuss your situation.

We have created a sponsorship ticket within the program to enable us to offer as many people the opportunity of attending the program as possible. If you are able to sponser another person to attend, thank you.

This project is funded by the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board through the NRM levy and supported by Adelaide Sustainability Centre.

May 23, 2019 at 6:30pm - 9pm
The Joinery
Diane Salvi · · (08) 7123 2166
$50.00 AUD · Purchase tickets

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Ngadlu Kaurna miyurna tampinthi. Parna yarta mathanya puki-unangku. 
We acknowledge that The Joinery sits on Kaurna land.
We offer our respect to the Traditional Owners whose lands and waters we engage with across South Australia.

Contact us at the Joinery at 111 Franklin Street, Adelaide, on (08) 8223 5155 or [email protected]

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