Friday, 20 February 2015 -
6:00pm to 9:00pm
Teachers Federation (NSW) Conference Centre, 37 Reservoir Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010
New South Wales

WHEN: Friday, 20 February 2015, 6 pm for 7 pm start. 6-7 pm: networking, 7 pm: Introduction by Joel Salatin and talk by Dr Vandana Shiva
WHERE: Teachers Federation (NSW) Conference Centre, 37 Reservoir Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010
ENTRY FEE: $45 General Admission, $35 Concession
AGAPE SNACK PACK: $12 - pre-order on TryBooking (Vegetarian option: Roast Pumpkin Frittata & Salad; Vegan option: Salad of the Day)
MORE INFO: Catriona Macmillan, 0402 404 361, macmillancatriona@gmail.com

DR VANDANA SHIVA is a scientist, ecologist, author and winner of the Sydney Peace Prize. She also featured in the documentary "Dirt!". In celebration of 2015, the Year of the Soil, Dr Vandana Shiva will give a talk on the importance of seed freedom and food democracy for the future of our food and land. Dr Shiva will also address the US human trials of GM banana. Watch Dr Vandana' Shiva's New Year message: "We are all seeds. In 2015, the Year of Soil, let us grow, together!" Find out more about Dr Vandana Shiva at http://vandanashiva.com, http://www.navdanya.org and http://seedfreedom.info.

JOEL SALATIN of Polyface Farms is an American organic farmer and author featured in the documentary "Food Inc". Joel will give an introduction to Dr Shiva's talk. Joel is in Australia to teach his one day workshops "You Can Farm" in Sydney on 21 February 2015 and Melbourne on 22 February 2015. Find out more about Joel Salatin at http://www.milkwood.net and http://www.polyfacefarms.com.

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