Month : March 2015

Dust, sweat and lots of almonds 19th March, 2015

I might still be cleaning out the dust from my ears, washing the dirt out of my hair and rinsing the grit from my eyes, but I am proud and excited to let you know that we have just finished filming our ninth From Paddock to Plate school video. Hooray! Where do almonds come from? How do the almonds get from the paddock into the packet? Why are almonds good

FP2P teams up with Kubota at Farm World 27th March, 2015

In its 53rd year, Farm World at Lardner Park on the outskirts of Warragul, has grown to be Victoria’s largest regional agricultural event with 700 exhibitors. From Paddock to Plate was honoured to have a stage (out of the pouring rain) inside the Kubota marquee where crowds of students gathered to watch a sneak preview of the From Paddock to Plate Schools Program, or so I thought. I later realised that

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FP2P moments capturing valuable food & farming knowledge, FROM farmers, FOR future farmers & those who eat The most accurate, direct and informative way to learn about Australian food production and about the hard-working & resilient people behind it, is to take the time to chat with a farmer, organise a visit during the school holidays and learn from them. The From Paddock to Plate National Schools Program provides students with the opportunity to learn from those who feed us everyday, no matter their location. 300+ quality food & farming, student and teacher resources continue to inspire the next generation across Australia about where their food comes from. Incredibly essential. ‍‍ —————————————————————————— TEACHERS & SCHOOLS: Get in touch with us today and discover more about the FP2P schools program, ready for Term 2! hello@frompaddocktoplate.com.au . . . #frompaddocktoplate #feedyourmind #supportlocal #australianfarmers #connect..

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