Outline for Day 2
Day two will focus on embracing who we are as a food nation, from our producers to those who celebrate our food and food experiences.
The event will bring together leaders, thinkers and innovators to seek guidance and support to strengthen what we have already built and to come together to pave a more resilient food future for Aotearoa.
The day will begin with a discussion on partnership for our food story, building on the conversation started through Feast Matariki, a national food celebraton for Aotearoa.
Then some of our Kaitaki will take to the stage. They’re a diverse nationwide network of young food story-tellers; farmers, fishers, community food advocates, chefs, writers & health professionals. Together they’ll weave a picture of our future food landscape.
How we can incorporate a values-based framework or national food strategy into our food system will be discussed, and we’ll look at specific areas of our food such as dairy and seaweed considering the challenges and opportunitites ahead.
Finally we’ll consider the development of food communitites through local food networks and regenerative food tourism to understand how they’ll play an important role in our food security and food celebration moving forwards.
As we have moved dates, we will be working to reconfirm our speakers, and will release our panel lineups over the coming weeks.