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RGS-IBG PRE-CONFERENCE EVENT - FOOD MATTERS SYMPOSIUM - IMAGE GALLERY

A PHOTO GALLERY OF THE FOOD MATTERS SYMPOSIUM HELD AT West Town Farm WHO OFFER FARM BASED LEARNING. THE IMAGES ARE ARRANGED CHRONOLOGICALLY TO CHART THE ACTIVITIES  OF THE DAY -FARM TOUR- OPENING PROVOCATIONS- FOOD IN PRACTICE PANEL- LUNCH MAKING WITH ‘SURPLUS’ PRODUCE-ACADEMIC PANEL- GROUP DISCUSSIONS- DRESSING THE THOUGHT TREE WITH IDEAS FOR WAYS AHEAD- CLOSING REMARKS- DISPLAY OF THOUGHT TREE AT THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY’S ANNUAL CONFERENCE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF EXETER… 35 more words

Food Waste

Thinking and Handling Food Waste: notes and impressions on the Food Matters Symposium at West Ide Farm

By  Charlie Spring

The term ‘symposium’ has perhaps been dried of its historical drenching in the conviviality of shared food and drink, interwoven with the discussions that we tend to associate with the symposia of modernity. 3,027 more words

Food Waste

Reflection, Innovation and Engagement

We tend to make understanding the workplace and people a really difficult and complex endeavor. Sure, there are lots of differences and we can cull out themes of leadership and innovation and creativity and coaching and all sorts of things that relate to performance, productivity and improvement. 148 more words

Innovation

Ingredients for Collaborative Creative Thinking

Your BREAK THROUGH, Vol. 1, Post 42

On Saturday, I spent a really cool morning with local high school students and their teachers at the… 486 more words

Ingredients

I Believe...

While reviewing systems and my beliefs I reflected on this during the week. I believe I can serve the children who will live out their lives in the 21st century by building collaborative partnerships between families, communities, and educators independent of any proprietary business interests. 294 more words

Professional Reading

Management: the good & the stressful

For the first time since the beginning of my university career, I walked into an actual university level class: Foundations of Management.

Here was a professor that actually expected me to already have the book and the first chapter read by the time class began; a world away from all my other courses where my first day of class was so similar to high school there was little point in showing up. 488 more words

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