november, 2017

17nov9:30 am2:00 pmHealthy soils, Healthy food, Healthy peopleCommunity free workshop

Event Details

You are welcome to join the Bass Coast Landcare Network and South Gippsland Landcare Network for a free community workshop explaining the links between Healthy soil – Nutritional food – Health people.

There will also be presentations focusing on the importance of producing and eating high quality food, which is sustainably produced with a minimum impact on the environment.

Marieke Rodenstein will be presenting on the physical and emotional impacts of diet. Marieke who is a GAPS practitioner and Mindd practitioner, has experience in sports nutrition and is an expert for “Quit Sugar program”. Her work brings to light the health of the gut in achieving overall health and preventing ‘modern’ diseases. Marieke’s work has a particular focus on children.

Dr Maarten Stapper is a former CSIRO soil scientist and agronomist with forty years’ experience and he will be talking about the science of biological farming and the function of healthy soils to grow healthy plants.

An after lunch panel discussion will include local food and soil experts to explore local experiences in soil, food and personal health.

Bookings are essential for catering purposes using this link https://healthysoilsfoodpeople.eventbrite.com.au

The day will commence with registrations at 9.30am, contact Joel at Bass Coast Landcare Network on 5678 2335 for any further queries.

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Time

(Friday) 9:30 am - 2:00 pm

Location

Inverloch Hub

16 A'Beckett Street, Inverloch

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