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Can Cambridge Feed Itself?

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Helen Holmes.

How much land? Local? Regional? Overseas?

An evening discussion on our City’s food footprint in the context of increased demand and declining resources.

Speaker Tom Curtis of http://www.landshare.org/ has successfully started food footprint projects for the cities of Oxford and Brighton with Landshare’s footprint calculator. Now its Cambridge’s turn- how will we fair? Join us on the beginning of our food footprint journey, not to be missed!

There will be an opportunity to sign up to be part of the Cambridge Foodprint Project at the event. If you can’t make it, but would like to be involved, email hfh26@cam.ac.uk.

Preview the interactive City Food Footprint Calculator for yourself before the event at http://bit.ly/FoodprintCalculator

Locally sourced refreshments will be available.

Free, but we welcome a suggested donation of £3.00.

A Transition Cambridge event. www.transitioncambridge.org

This talk is part of the Transition Cambridge series.

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