FP2P teams up with Kubota at Farm World

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 perhaps it was Kubota’s RTVs, lawn mowers and tractors that were the main attraction!

From training working dogs to wine and cheese tastings, the From Paddock to Plate stage provided an added incentive for passers-by to peruse the Kubota machinery on display.

I would like to thank Kubota Tractor Australia for its tremendous support and all the region’s producers who dedicated their precious time to come and present to an enthusiastic audience eager to learn about where their food comes from.

Louise FitzRoy
Founder of FP2P

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Did you know that each year the From Paddock to Plate National Schools Program continues an approximate growth rate of Schools jumping on board the Program, by a whopping 50% ?! And currently 85% of teachers around Australia renew their FP2P subscriptions each year, to continue embracing this essential agri-food & fibre education. Congratulations to all Schools currently using the From Paddock To Plate National Schools Program resources- you are now building the connection between consumer & farmer, agricultural careers & youth, and the future of feeding the nation. ______________________________________________________ Find out more information at http://www.frompaddocktoplate.com.au/school-programs/ or get in contact with us today at hello@frompaddocktoplate.com.au . . . #frompaddocktoplate #feedyourmind #supportlocal #localfood #foodfarmers #connecttofood #contact #consumers #foodeducation #ageducation #australianagriculture #nextgeneration #environmentawareness #freshisbest #australianfood..

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