Landcare Bush Foods Workshop Full Hall

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October 16, 2015 All Day

Bush foods are creating a buzz
among consumers and in the
restaurant industry.
They are an emerging product of the new
“dining boom” with growing interest in
some of these traditional superfoods.
What are bush foods and how can they fit
into your farm, and what help is available?
The workshops will provide information on
identifying, growing, harvesting and
marketing opportunities for bush foods.
Come along to hear more about strategic
placement and management of trees and
forests to support sustainable agricultural
landscapes.
Date – Friday 16th Oct
Where – Jindivick Hall
Time – 10:00am – 3:00pm
Lunch Provided (Catering will include a
range of bush food tastings)
Optional tour of Jindi Farm Bush
Foods 3-4pm. (Numbers limited)
Speakers include:
Welcome/Presentation from Traditional Owners
 Neville Bonney – (Ethnobotanist & Wattleseed
grower)
 Australian Native Food Industry (ANFIL)
 Australian Agroforestry Network
 Leslie Smith – Jindi Farm Bush Foods
 Restaurant industry – what’s hot! Needs and
supply constraints?
Please Register by Tues 13th Oct at;
https://register.eventarc.com/31349/bush-foodsfor-
sustainable-farming
Cost: $10 at the door, money goes directly to your
local Landcare network
For further information contact:
Peter Ronalds (WPCLN) on 0402 650 382 or
email pronalds_cec@dcsi.net.au
Karen Thomas (PPWCMA) on 0427 480 170 or
email: karen.thomas@ppwcma.vic.gov.au
This workshop has been endorsed by the
Traditional Owners of the Kulin Nation