Events Sustainable Farming Campaign

Six Inches of Soil screening and panel debate

Tuesday 23 April 2024 18:00 21:30

Impact Hub London Euston, 1 Triton Square London NW1 3DX

Join the screening of Six Inches of Soil film in the stunning Impact Hub Euston, delicious food courtesy of Organico, and panel debate.

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Credit: Six Inches of Soil Ltd. & Dragon Light Films

Credit: Six Inches of Soil Ltd. & Dragon Light Films

This Food Talks event is a partnership of Sustain, Impact Hub (London), Organico and Food Ethics Council.

Six Inches of Soil, tells the story of remarkable farmers, communities, small businesses, chefs and entrepreneurs who are leading the way to transform how our food is produced and consumed. Join us for a screening and panel discussion with farmers, policy experts and local champions. The event will offer an opportunity for networking and will feature delicious organic food courtesy of Organico.

The screening will take place at the stunning Impact Hub, London Euston. Map of entrance to Impact Hub Euston here

Attendees will be treated to an in-depth screening of "Six Inches of Soil", followed by an engaging 50-minute discussion and Q&A session. This discourse will revolve around the film's pivotal messages, existing obstacles impeding progress, and viable strategies to advance a more sustainable food and agricultural paradigm.

Agenda:

18:00 Registration

18:00-18:45 Food & Networking

18:45-20:20 Film Screening

20:20-21:10 Panel Discussion

21:10-21:30 Continued Networking

21:30: Close (with premises cleared by 22:00)

 

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Published Tuesday 23 April 2024

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