Registration and coffee
Welcome address: Helen Browning, Director, Soil Association
Keynote speech: Elizabeth Henderson, Peacework Farm, USA
Celebrating the diversity of CSA farms in the UK
Tom Ingall, Canalside Community Food
Kate Edwards, Swillington Organic Farm
Phil Haughton, The Community Farm
James Smith, Growing Well
Josiah Meldrum, Bungay Community Bees
Huw Evans, Hazelhurst Community Orchard
Church Farm – Sam Henderson
Coffee and networking
Reflections on the project and development of CSA in the UK: Bonnie Hewson, Soil Association
Evaluation into the impact of CSA in the UK: Nick Saltmarsh and Josiah Meldrum, Provenance Supply
What are the key issues for the CSA movement as we go forward?
Lunch and networking - (organic produce supplied by The Community Farm)
International networks: chaired by Joy Carey
USA - Elizabeth Henderson, Peacework Farm, Genesee Valley CSA
France - Perrine Herve-Gruyer, La Ferme biologique du Bec Hellouin
Germany - Wolfgang Stränz, Buschberghof “Solidarische Landwirtschaft"
Organic buying groups in France and Italy - Traci Lewis, Soil Association
What would you like the CSA movement to look like?
What actions will you take to get there?
What actions do others need to take?
Tea and networking
Financing the enterprises of the future: Jim Brown, Community Shares
Reflections on the day
Table displays: We would like to thank Dragon Orchard for supplying the delicious apples and The Community Farm for the beautiful squash.