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Time: 10.00am - 1.00pm
Date: Mondays, 18 July to 12 September
Where: Castlemaine Community House
Instructor: Quince Frances

Learn to cook without waste while examining the stages and resources involved in getting food from the paddock to our plates. Topics covered include:

  • Zero waste cooking & how to get the most out of your ingredients
  • Practical tips on how to reduce household waste
  • Climate change and food systems
  • The role of water within the food system
  • The food supply chain, mapping and food waste
  • Global food trade and Australia’s food industries

Bookings close Thursday 14 July

Date: Mondays, 18 July to 12 September (9 sessions)
Time: 10.00am – 1.00pm
Cost: $160 (Full) / $145 (Early Bird Discount, available until 4 July) / $115 (Concession)

Facilitator: Quince Frances (them/they)

Quince Frances is a non-binary artist, mother, grower and educator, living and working on stolen Dja Dja Wurrung Country. They studied Design Arts, graduating in 2014 and has since studied horticulture, permaculture and urban farming. Quince works with local community members to create sustainable gardens and engage holistically with sustainable living. Spanning illustration, landscape and textiles, their art practice explores relationships and respect for country, whilst centring the voices of the lqbtqia+ community