#EatBuyGrow Event

Thursday, 19 February 2015 -
7:00pm to 10:00pm
Collingwood Town Hall

Consumers & Producers across Australia and around the world want to eat, buy & grow truly great locally-sourced food.

Please keep Thursday the 19th of February free to join Regrarians‘ Lisa Jane Heenan, Isaebella Doherty & Darren J. Doherty, Polyface Farm’s Joel Salatin, Landscape Architect & TV Host Costa Georgiadis, Changing Habits' Cyndi O'Meara PLUS Local Producers, Chefs & Health Professionals in a daytime rally & evening event in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, one of the great food cities of the world to discuss how together we can regenerate our food system for the better of all.

• Public Rally ~ Victorian Parliament House steps ~ 1-2pm
• Free Event ~ Collingwood Town Hall ~ 7-10pm

We are offering a copy of Polyface Farm's Joel Salatin's '#FieldsOfFarmers' book to anyone who donates $40 (PAY ON THE NIGHT!) or more and Joel will be available to sign your book on the night!

You can save your copy NOW by registering for the night event quoting #EatBuyGrow at http://bit.ly/EatBuyGrow. ONLY 60 copies AVAILABLE!!

PS. If you have already registered and want the book then please re-register as this is a new offer!

Participation in the daytime rally will be free to the public and the evening event by donation.

The #EatBuyGrow Rally + Event is proudly supported by the Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance (http://www.australianfoodsovereigntyalliance.org/). JOIN WITH US!

Venues & times to be announced soon so please register to get involved however you can (Speak, Show Up, Support, Sponsor & Share!) and Get On Board!


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