Family friendly event to meet local farmers and growers on Saturday 22nd of October, between 4 and 6 pm at the Museum of Technology, Cambridge.
You’ve now missed the live event, but you can watch the films here:
As part of the Food for the Planet Festival Festival @ The Museum of Technology, Carbon Neutral Cambridge and the film makers of Six inches of Soil will show short films featuring farmers and growers from Cambridgeshire who are working with nature to regenerate their soil, grow food, boost biodiversity and capture carbon.
The event will aim to bring soil to life.
4pm: Panel Session, featuring 2 of our acclaimed short films and discussions with inspiring local farmers.
~4:45pm-6pm Informal discussions and activities. Meet and talk with local farmers, a soil scientist and the film makers. They will be there to answer questions and run activities to explore the mysteries of the world’s soil and discuss how healthy soil is important to create healthy food and healthy communities.
David White, Farmer, Wilbraham
Tom Pearson, Farmer, near Caxton
Thomas Gent 4th generation regenerative Farmer and works for Agreena – regenerative agriculture consultants
Dr Lizzie Sagoo, Soil Scientist, Associate Managing Director – ADAS Sustainable Agriculture Systems
Jenny Jefferies, aclaimed cook book author, and farmer’s wife
John Jefferies, farmer, Gransden
Adrienne Gordon, Sweetpea market garden, Caxton
Food and drink will be available to buy as part of the Cambridge Sustainable Food Festival
Free entry. Arrive for 4pm for the panel session, or just drop in for informal discussions and activities from ~4:45. Register here to receive a reminder a few days before, and help us plan