Sustainable Grain has announced the full program for the First Canadian Summit on Climate Action in Food Systems, which takes place October 20 – 22, 2019, in Kelowna.
A variety of speakers will be featured at the Summit, including farmers, chefs, agriculture specialists, and more. A couple of notable Canadians speaking at the conference are:
- Sustainability advocate and culinary farmer, Kevin Petrie, who leads the culinary farm at The Inn at Bay Fortune, which is located on Prince Edward Island and owned by Chef Michael Smith and his wife, Chastity Smith.
- Executive Chef and Co-Owner of Richmond Station, Carl Heinrich, who was the winner of the Food Network’s Top Chef Canada in 2012.
About the First Canadian Summit on Climate Action in Food Systems
Sustainable Grain is hosting the inaugural First Canadian Summit on Climate Action in Food Systems to showcase and further explore the vital link between soil health, human wellness and climate change. Proceeds from the Kelowna Summit will be reinvested into developing online learning tools and regional workshops to educate and support landowners to implement new nature-based, regenerative food production practices.