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Halton Region Food Tourism Summit March 26


Want to learn more about locally sourced foods near Appleby Line area?

Then you should attend the second annual Halton Region Food Tourism Summit – Steps to Sustainability. This free event includes breakfast and will take place Thursday, March 26, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Country Heritage Park, Gambrel Barn, 8560 Tremaine Rd, in Milton.

The event is aimed towards people in the tourism and food industries but everyone in Halton is welcome to network and learn about innovative sustainable practices and initiatives to increase access to locally sourced foods.

“This event is designed to develop strong relationships between our farming and culinary communities to help them put more locally sourced foods on restaurant tables, to encourage growth in the culinary tourism industry and to help support a sustainable local economy,” said Regional Chair Gary Carr

This year’s lineup includes:

From farm gate to chefs’ plate - A business to business model for rural Ontario

Presented by Linda Reader, Community Economic Development & Marketing Consultant, Grey County Chef’s Forum and Cindy Phillips, Rob Roy Market Garden, Feversham, Ont.

Cultivating a stronger local and sustainable food system with Damian Wills, Local Food Manager, The Mustard Seed Co-op

Speakers’ Panel - How your business can benefit from high profile local events in 2015

Speakers include:

  • Michael Merrall, Founder, PwC EpicTour Halton – Canada’s largest GranFondo-style cycling event & festival

  • Maria Fortunato, Executive Director - Hamilton Halton Brant Regional Tourism Association

  • Jim Mylet, Senior Manager of Procurement, Toronto 2015 Pan Am / Parapan Am Games

For registration and event details, please visit halton.ca/foodtourism, or dial 311.

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