We’re celebrating food system heroes, farmers, edible forest facilitators & food sovereignty with a feast. What’s on the menu? A somali-ethiopian feast, showcasing some of Cardinia Shire’s best produce.
Join us at the table, Saturday 27th November, alongside local heroes Louise Ward (Edible Forest, Global Gardens of Peace) and Thuch Ajak (United African Farm, Asylum Seeker Resource Centre) to explore inspiring farming initiatives working to improve food sovereignty and strengthen community resilience.
The first feast celebrates women in food & farming, both here in Victoria & further afield in Palestine. The second feast is a welcoming introduction to the United African Farm, which recently found new roots in Pakenham. Profits from each feast will be donated to the respective farming initiatives – which means as a guest of the feast, you can elect to support the cause which best resonates with you by voting with a lunch or dinner ticket.
Come join us for an indulgent feast of both food and stories!
What: multi-course, share plate lunch & dinner
Where: Lime Box Cafe, Pakenham
When: November 27
Profits Donated To
Lunch : Women Agripreneurs in Palestine
Dinner : United African Farm in Pakenham