Slow Meat – March 23rd, 2018 – 7.30 to 9.30 pm – Hamilton Town Hall
Slow Meat is a philosophy seen as an answer to industrial agriculture, which has raised ecological, public health and animal welfare concerns. This philosophy promises a “delicious future”.
Eat less meat (but) of better quality is the mantra of the Slow Meat movement (www.slowfood.com) that launched the Slow Meat campaign, aimed at promoting the work of small and medium scale producers who work with respect for animal welfare, and at raising awareness among co-producers about better, cleaner and fairer consumption habits. There are many choices we can make that will have a positive effect on the future of agriculture and the planet. By doing this, we would createenormous benefitsfor ourhealth, thefarming systemand thequality of the air, soil and water.
At Australia’s first Slow Meat Symposium in Daylesford last September, Matthew Evans said: “It is incumbent upon people who eat meat to care more about how their animals are raised …”
Join us on March 23rd to hear how Gabe and Jamie farm their beef!
Gabe Yates and Jamie Brailak, from Yajambee Farms, Mount Mee and Samford, will speak to us about their farms, their natural free-range Angus, the meat they produce and why they choose to farm the way they do.
A mini degustation supper will be provided and wine is included.
Date: 23rd March at 7.30 pm
Venue: Hamilton Town Hall cnr Racecourse Rd and Rossiter St Ascot.
Cost: $40 for Slow Food Members and $50 for Guests of Slow Food.
Payment: Slow Food Brisbane: Bendigo Bank: Acct: 144743507 BSB: 633 000. Please put your name in the reference field.
Numbers are limited. Bookings are essential and pre payment is necessary.
RSVP: By 19th March, 2018 to firstname.lastname@example.org or by completing the following RSVP form: