10.00: Registration & refreshments
10:30: Introductions. Professor David Peters & Dr Antonia Wrigley, British Holistic Medical Association
11:00: Eat-Lancet – is there such a thing as ‘one-size-fit-all’ sustainability? Rob Verkerk, Alliance for Natural Health
11:20: Food quality. David Thomas
11:40: Grass Fed Nation – getting back the food we deserve? Graham Harvey, Author of Grass Fed Nation
12:00: From Organic Principles to Whole Health Agriculture. Lawrence Woodward, Whole Health Agriculture
12:20: Q&A & discussions
14:20: Nourishing Polycultures. Sara Melendro & Martin Godfrey, Hilltown Organics
14:40: Real Food and Health: a ‘Root to Stem’ approach to people, plants and nature. Alex Laird, Living Medicine
15:00: Platters from the past. Anna Parkinson, Writer & Healer
15:20: Q&A, discussions & leg stretch
15:50: Nose to Tail Eating: Nutrition and Evolution. Heather Rosa, Institute for Optimum Nutrition
16:10: Making milk great again. Neil Darwent, Free Range Dairy
16:30: Afternoon tea break
17:10: Can we be Rational about Food? Dr Andrew Morrice, General Practitioner
17:30: Easy answers and complex issues. David Rooke, Harthill Consultancy
18:10: Granny knew best! Izabella Natrins, Author and Nutrition & Lifestyle Coach
18:30: Discussions, Q&A and close
20:00: Film screening – In Our Hands
09:00: Don’t Reinvent the Wheel: Snapshot of Local Food for Good Activity from Bristol to Plymouth. Philip Sharratt, Somerset Local Food
09:20: The Sustainable Food Story – brief intro. Abi and Sadbh
09:40: Bringing healthy bread to the land of the deep-fried Mars Bar & The Real Bread Campaign. Andrew Whitley, Bread Matters Ltd
10:00: Eat Right: Traditional food wisdom to sustain us today. Nick Barnard, Rude Health
10:20: Q&A, discussions and tea break
10:50: World Cafe Session 1 (3 x 20 mins).
The topics to be discussed in the World Cafe sessions are not fixed and will be voted for on Saturday. Below are suggestions only. The sessions are designed to encourage free and flowing discussions in small groups. You will have a chance to join three discussion groups in each session.
- What might a healthy sustainable diet look like?
- Can we agree on what we mean by ‘Real Food’?
- What is the bigger picture around food? ‘Soil, Soul, Society’?
- How can we influence the medical profession?
- How can we influence the public?
- How can we influence policy?
11:50: World Cafe – Summary of session 1
13:45: The Need for Seed. Fred Groom, Vital Seeds
14.05: Wildlife-friendly farming – Tim Martin
14:30: World Cafe Session 2 (3 x 15 mins)
- Food Poverty Solutions?
- Social Prescribing – ideas and enabling
- How do we support the farmers to grow Real Food?
- How do we get more people growing and cooking food?
- How do we all work together to enable change?
- How do we move forward with the RF campaign?
15:15: World Cafe – Summary of session 2
15:30: Tea Break
16:00: Summing it all up and Next Steps