From Seed to Scrap will be the inaugural event for a freshly shucked working group to come out of this summer’s “To Feed a City” project. The group is called PEAS: Promoting Eating Alternatively and Sustainably. The event will be a local food tour of the city that will whisk participants to Old 99 Farm, a permaculture system in the Dundas Valley, the Dundurn Castle kitchen garden, a north end backyard urban farm, and one of the North Hamilton Community Health Centre community kitchens. After visiting some of the most beautiful and innovative fields in the city we’ll end with a locally and organically sourced meal and reception.
Come to learn, eat, listen, discuss, and challenge the mainstream food system.
Tickets must be purchased in advance to reserve a spot on the bus. No profits will be made, all ticket fees ($7 adult, $4 child) are to cover our costs.
E-Mail Zsuzsi at firstname.lastname@example.org to get them put aside. A list of local merchants selling tickets and their hours to be posted at the end of August! Please include any dietary restrictions as well as if you would like to be picked up downtown or in Westdale (McMaster campus). If you would like to have a table display at the reception use the same address to get in contact with the “From Seed to Scrap” team and we would love to have you there!