Feeding Ourselves

  • Free Talk
    October 21, 2015
    7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Do you have an interest in Co-operative projects?

Davie Philip will introduce how a cooperative approach can strengthen and build more resilient and sustainable food systems, while at the same time supporting our communities and local economies.

He will tell the Cloughjordan Ecovillage story as well as introducing CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture), Community Kitchens, Food Hubs, and other emerging collaborative food systems.

The evening will include a facilitated conversation on the potential of feeding ourselves.

Davie will be bringing some of the home-grown produce from Cloughjordan to provide a light bite for participants. Please feel free to bring along something yourself to share with the group, if you want.

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This is a free event, but if you feel like contributing towards the Series a donation of €5-10 (or whatever you feel) would be much appreciated.

This is part of the Fumbally Stables Autumn Series and the Cooperative Convergence, a series of events held across Ireland.

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Davie Philip currently manages the Community Resilience Programme that developed out of the Community Powerdown Programme in 2010.

Davie was a founding member of both FEASTA: the Foundation for the Economics of Sustainability and Sustainable Projects Ireland Ltd the company behind the Ecovillage project in Cloughjordan, Co. Tipperary where he now lives. In 2000 he set up the Sustainable Ireland Cooperative with Ben Whelan which trades as Cultivate. With Cultivate he organises networking and learning events including the annual Convergence sustainable living festival and the Global Green area of the Electric Picnic, Ireland’s largest music and culture festival.

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