A Farm Net Zero event aimed at food businesses interested in local and sustainable food
Selling and marketing net zero food in Cornwall: what it means for you and your customers
Are you a food business interested in local and sustainable food? We are all now aware that we need to reduce carbon emissions in order to slow climate change. But how can this benefit you and your food business?
Come and join the Farm Net Zero team at:
Lost Gardens of Heligan
February 22nd 2023, 11am-3pm
- Learn more about how we measure the carbon footprint of farm produce
- Hear how farmers are changing their production to become more sustainable
- Discuss with others how best to utilise this opportunity within your own food business
As well as a fabulous lunch made from delicious Heligan-grown ingredients, you will get a chance to hear directly from a range of farmers who will explain how they are now growing and supplying food (dairy, cereals, vegetables, poultry, beef and lamb) using farming methods aimed at lowering their carbon footprint.
Some of our Farm Carbon Toolkit team will be there on hand to explain some of the more complicated issues concerning the carbon footprint of different farm-produced foods.
This is a free event.
Places are limited so book now to avoid disappointment.