Sun28Nov - Land editor speaks in Bristol

Tony Gosling tony at
Tue Nov 16 13:13:56 GMT 2010

Grass, Our Most Bio-diverse Crop.
Simon Fairlie, author of Low Impact Development 
and Meat: A Benign Eztravogance and editor of The 
Land magazine examines the complex issues around 
the use of animals in the food system. He argues 
that our society needs to reorientate itself back 
to the land and explains why an agriculture that 
is most readily able to achieve this is one that 
includes a measure of livestock farming with a 
less industrial and more humane approach.

The Big Shift
Sunday 28th November 2010    9.30am to 5.00pm
at The Council House, College Green, Bristol, BS1 5TR
Cost £14/£8 concessions on the door.
A one-day event aiming to provoke discussion and 
inspire informed individual community action 
towards a healthy, productive and sustainable city for the future.

About Shift Bristol
Shift Bristol is a new not-for-profit Community 
Interest Company set up to provide sustainability 
training. We will be running a one year part time 
Practical Sustainability Course and a programme 
of one off workshops, talks and courses.
Who we are
Sarah Pugh – Permaculture Teacher, Founder member 
of Bristol Permaculture Group and Transition Bristol.
Laura Corfield – Permaculture Facilitator and 
Founder Member of Transition Keynsham
Susannah Waters – Organic Horticulturist and Permaculture practitioner.

+44 (0)7786 952037
"Capitalism is institutionalised bribery."

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poison which alienates the possessor from the community" Carl Jung
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