9 September 2016, Quaker Meeting House,Brant Broughton, Lincolnshire
We invite you to talk about and reflect on the future of farming and food through the lens of the project and your own personal narrative.
It might be helpful to think of moments in the project:
The complexities and detail, sunshine, rain, futures market, visiting the Corn Exchange in London, nitrogen fertilizer and growth hormones, pests, buried water pipes, distance, flatness, fen slodgers, short eared owls and moles.
It might be helpful to think of moments relating to your own personal experience:
Your eating and food buying habits, your childhood time on a field, your beliefs, presumptions & emotions, the collective sharing, the people you’ve met and heard from, your journey home after being on the field, sitting at your computer thinking of what to write.
Thinking of the future as something that is shaped by and grounded in our experiences of the present.