Victualis 2 Dinner: Food in the Capital

Wed 15 November 2023, 6-10pm AEDT

RDA ACT and Canberra Region Food Collective’s signature food event for 2023 brings key players together to explore how to transform cities into sustainable agrifood hubs.

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Protected Cropping Australia Conference 2023

Mon 17-Thu 20 July 2023, 9am-5.15pm daily AEST

In addition to the regular plenary sessions and discussions, this year’s conference agenda includes training and grower panels. There’s also a trade show, PCA Conference Dinner and the perennially popular farm tours.

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Canberra Urban Agriculture Forum

Wed 7 December, 10am-12noon AEDT

Hear from an impressive lineup of urban food-hub advocates as well as Independent Senator for Canberra, David Pocock at this Urban Agriculture Forum hosted by Sustain: The Australia Food Network.

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PCA Conference

Mon 28 - Thu 31 March 2022

The annual gathering of Australia’s protected cropping industry in Coffs Harbour will feature  presentations highlighting a slate of CRC projects in this space.

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Vertical Farming World Congress 2021

21-23 Sept 2021, 7pm-2am (Day 1), 4pm-2am (Day 2), 5pm-1.45am (Day 3) AEST

Join vertical-farming operators, investors, suppliers and customers from around the world to discuss key issues and work towards sector advancement.

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Vertical Farming Webinar

1 April 2021, 4am-5.30am AEDT

This free webinar from UK-based Forward Fooding features agrifood-tech innovators in the booming vertical farming sector discussing the latest trends and innovations.

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Sustainable Cities series: episode 1, overview

On demand

Take time out to tune in to this well-worth-it podcast featuring Greater Sydney Commission’s Roderick Simpson and Roel Plant, Research Director of UTS’s Institute for Sustainable Futures – the first in a series on sustainable cities.  

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Food in the Capital: Event 2

18 May 2021, 9am-4.30pm; 19 May, 9am-3pm

This RDA-run event supported by the CRC will explore options and strategies for shaping the Canberra region into a sustainable, resilient, successsful agrifood precinct. CRC CEO David Eyre, FIAL’s Dr Barry McGookin and WSU’s Prof. Priti Krishna are among the speakers.

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