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The Future of Food in Brisbane and the World

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The Future of Food in Brisbane and the World

Time: May 31, 2014 from 8:30am to 4pm
Location: Taigum
Street: 203 Beams Road
City/Town: Taigum, Brisbane
Website or Map:…
Phone: 0449907220
Event Type: convention
Organized By: Casey and Andreas from
Latest Activity: May 26, 2014

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“By using technology wisely, we can create a world of health and abundance”

  • Low-cost organic food using automation and farm sharing
  • New secrets of whole food nutrition
  • Solutions to economic collapse and environmental damage

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Douglas Mallette
Expert from the U.S. Space Shuttle Program revealing automated farming methods

Alf Orpen
An opportunity to join 350 local families on an innovative and exclusive farm sharing venture

Janelle Twine
Exposing secrets of whole foods nutrition from her time with Indians in Canada and in Bali

Dr Tristan Perez
Hidden insights into the role of artificial intelligence in eco-friendly food production

NEW SPEAKER! Pia Dowling
No-nonsense water-saving and chemical-free tips on organic living

Dr Andreas Huemer and Casey Davidson
Presenting a high-tech sustainable city project to commence in our region

Join us for this one-day convention where we discuss the problems – and the solutions.

Earlybird tickets – $17.00
After 24/05/2014 or at the door – $22.00

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Comment by Casey Davidson on May 21, 2014 at 7:21

That's right, it can only cover venue costs but there is a big complex next door with lots of food choices, but you are welcome to bring your own food. :)

Comment by Lissa on May 21, 2014 at 5:05

Thanks Casey - I've got a much better idea of where it is now. I wouldn't think food is provided for that low entry price. We bring our own lunch? I'm Coeliac - I'll bring my own morning tea as well.

Comment by Casey Davidson on May 20, 2014 at 9:57

Hi Lissa, 302 Beams Rd is the iSee Church Hall.  It's a lovely room with comfortable chairs that fits 300 people.  Here is the map link:,+302+beams+rd,+taigum&am...

We will have morning tea and lunch breaks for you to get up and stretch your legs :) Feel free to bring a cushion or anything that will make you more comfortable!

Comment by Lissa on May 20, 2014 at 5:33

Trying to find the address on Google maps Casey. What exactly is at 302 Beams Rd? Is it a formal venue or someones house?

Comment by Lissa on May 20, 2014 at 5:21

Glad to be able to attend this one. Might have to bring a cushion for such a long day of sitting.

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