Farmers Hijack Valentines Day - 14th of February
Can Chocolate provide the missing link to making regenerative agriculture digestible to the broader public?
You are invited to attend the launch of the first National Regenerative Agriculture Day as farmers hijack Valentine's day.
How do we get Australia (and indeed the planet) excited about sponsoring their farmers to increase the carbon in their soil when most people don't know what carbon is let alone its ability to save the planet and end drought?
Evolution needs to be comfortable. Learning needs to be comfortable. Bringing Regenerative Agriculture to the world's consciousness needs to be comfortable. Not dry. Not boring. Not hard. It literally needs to be DIGESTIBLE.
Join us as we lead a unique and dynamic conversation asking the question "can chocolate provide the missing link to making regenerative agriculture digestible to the broader public? Can carbon and chocolate partner to end drought? Easily the most comfortable, happily the most digestible, and definitely the most enjoyable product on earth. It looks like soil and we challange you to literarily taste the carbon.
Master Farmer Charlie Arnott, Robert Pekin (Food Connect), Jody Brown (Passionate farmer advocate from Longreach), Helen & Mike Mccosker (Co-Founders of What Would Love Do Now & #NRAD) and MC Rhea Abraham (ABC Journalist) as well as some special young rural kids speaking about what it means to be living on a farm and meeting their pen pals from Byron.
Join us for the formal launch of The National Regenerative Agriculture Day and CARBON8 over a very chocolatey breakfast conversation in the vibrant energy of The Farm ( Byron Bay), with delicious morning catering from The Three Blue Ducks. Breakfast, conversation and chocolate included. This is the most meaningful way to start your Valentine's in 2019. Forget the carbon diamond ring! Its all about the carbon in the soil!
This is a historic event as the largest underground movement in the world finally steals your hearts.
7am - 12pm
The Farm Byron Bay
Concession/Landcare member $65