Here at the Greenwich Maritime Institute we like to keep abreast of moments in all industries that can effect our work from any angles. We get involved in various projects, very recently the TourFish conference , a very successful event linking together Food, Fisheries and Tourism looking at new opportunities for sustainable development.
From this we have been looking at the food industry and we have come across the story of Stephen Hook and his film The Moo Man.
The remarkable story of a maverick farmer and his unruly cows, filmed over four years on the marshes of the Pevensey Levels.
In an attempt to save his family farm, Stephen Hook decides to turn his back on the cost cutting dairies and supermarkets, and instead stay small and keep his close relationship with the herd.
However farmer Hook’s plans to save the farm do not always go down well with his 55 spirited cows. The result is a laugh-out-loud, emotional roller-coaster of a journey.
If you would like to see this film there is a special screening being held on Wednesday 2nd July at 18:30 at European Commission followed by a reception.
Organic milk refreshments will be served at the event!
This is a free event however places are limited to Click here to register for you space.
How can agro-food, fisheries and tourism work together to deliver new opportunities for sustainable development along the coast and in our towns and countryside? Just one of the matters discussed on Linked In.
As the TourFish conference is fast approaching, today sees the launch of the TourFish discussion group on Linked In for preparation for the event on the 23rd – 24th June 2014.
The conference aims to bring together those in the Fishing, Food and Tourism industry to discuss how these industries can work together to deliver new opportunities for sustainable development along the coast and in towns and countryside of the 2 seas area.
TourFish are expecting representatives from France, Belgium and The Netherlands to join in Hastings for the interactive conference.
Please search Linked In for the TourFish Conference to be part of the group and see the discussions unfold
For more information on the event or to register for free please use the link below;
Don’t forget to register for this two day event on the 23rd and 24th June which will focus on how the agro-food, fisheries and responsible tourism can work together to deliver new opportunities for sustainable development along the coast and in the towns and countryside in the 2 seas area.
Are you a producer (farmer or fisher), tourism professional provider, a planner or an educationalist? Would you like to learn more about new opportunists for sustainable development by bringing together food, fisheries and responsible tourism? would you like to share your experiences and ideas with other who could work with you to develop a sustainable future for all three sectors?
If so don’t miss this opportunity to join us
Places are limited so don’t miss your chance to come to the event