Six Inches of Soil - Taking on the industrial food system

Tuesday 19 March 2024 - 17:30 to 20:30

Brechin City Hall 9 Swan Street Brechin DD9 6EE

The Food Life Community Supported Agriculture Project

The Food Life Community Supported Agriculture Project are showing the film Six Inches of Soil which is the powerful story of remarkable farmers, communities, small businesses, chefs and entrepreneurs who are leading the way to transform how our food is produced and consumed.

With a focus on sustainable agriculture and regenerative farming practices, this event aims to empower individuals and the community to create a healthier, more resilient food system.

After the film they plan a discussion which will explore practical ways to make a positive impact on our food system locally. From organic farming techniques to community-supported agriculture to taking control of food choices, we will delve into the diverse strategies that can help us build a more sustainable future.

Whether you are a farmer, a food enthusiast, or simply curious about the food we consume, this event is for you. Join the Food life Community as they dig deep into the importance of soil health, sustainable food production, and the power of local communities in shaping our food system.