Two documentaries: “The Black Isle” and “Gone Fishing” + ideas sharing on Good Food Nation Bill – 6.00 for 6.15 to 9pm Tues 20 March Appleton Tower, 11 Crichton St EH8 9LE. Book via https://
Zev Robinson has been making films about food, agriculture and sustainability since 2008 as part of his art, film and food project “The Art and Politics of Eating”. He will be showing his latest films about local food production in the Highlands and about fishing and sustainability in Scotland – followed by a panel Q&A.
Nourish Scotland will then lead a discussion on the Good Food Nation Bill proposal, in a special session of Kitchen Table Talks – on the future of food in Scotland and joining the dots between health, inequality and social justice, environmental justice, and the local food economy.
Nourish Scotland, as part of the Scottish Food Coalition, is running the Kitchen Table Talks campaign to hear what really matters to people about food, and what people want the Good Food Nation Bill to achieve … before the formal consultation opens. The Good Food Nation Bill will affect everyone, so we invite more, and more diverse, voices to be heard!
Free entrance but donations for refreshments and the films welcomed.