Eat Local Feed Global aims to raise awareness about the issue of global hunger. We look at some cool little tips to make a big difference & give you the low down on holding your own hunger banquet. Hunger whaaaa?! Read on.
Flash-talks? Goat Beer? Rice paper rolls? What could it all possibly mean? Check out the wrap-up of our Eat Local Feed Global Event from last Thursday night.
Two things to make your stomach grumble: declining investment in agriculture research and an aging farming population. Guest blog from returned Australian Volunteer Bonnie Flohr.
Eat Local Feed Global is coming up next month and is all about we totally love: Food! Weeeeeell, food security to be exact.Throughout October, schools and uni groups across Australia are getting on board by holding a Hunger Banquet.
Ever heard of a MOOC? Not to be confused with a streetwear label, or the source of George Castanza’s rage, a MOOC is a massive open online course – usually hosted by a well-established university + very often free as a bird.
There aint' nothing quite like homegrown herbs and vegies plucked fresh from your garden. Our pick of the cleverest little gardens, foolproof even for black thumbs in teensy pads.
Imagine a world without peanut butter. Or chocolate. Consequences of climate change could make these a thing of the past. Enter Ghost Food Truck, that delivers what the future looks, smells and tastes like - minus the food.
That’s right, folks. Indie rock-folk superstars, Boy and Bear are touring. And they’re coming to Freo. They can’t pop in for tea, but they do want YOU to have dinner. Have some mates around for a meal and win tickets to their WA show...!
I used to love that McDonalds ad. A cheeseburger is still one of those things that make me go mmmm. But as I’ve gotten older I’ve been forced to question where that delicious meat patty was coming from.
Taking shorter showers, using less electricity, eating less meat and dairy.-there's lots of little things you can do to reduce the impacts of Climate Change. Read on as Kate Roff suggests 5 small ways to make a big difference on the climate change scene...