Join us for: Regen Action Week 2023

Join us for: Regen Action Week 2023

Where: Duke of Cambridge, Islington

When: Wednesday 25th January 2023, 6pm

Next week The Culpeper Family are once again hosting Regen Action week, with talks and interactive discussion panels, all centered around regenerative agriculture.

The event runs from Tuesday 24th - Thursday 26th January. (Different location for Tuesday night - please check when booking tickets).

There’s an impressive line up over the three days, have a look for yourself: 

Tuesday 24th ‘Organic and Regenerative Farming’

Hosted by Lizzie Rivera, journalist and founder of Live Frankly at The Culpepper

Clare Hill, Director of Farming Operations at New Foundation Farms

Peter Greig, Founder of Pipers Farm

Guy Singh-Watson, Founder of Riverford

Wednesday 25th ‘Making Regenerative Available To All’

Hosted by Patrick Holden, Chief Executive of the Sustainable Food Trust at The Duke of Cambridge

Glen Burrows, founder of The Ethical Butcher

Josiah Meldrum, co-founder of Hodmedods

Teri Clayton, co-founder of My Biome Box

Thursday 26th ‘Regenerative Farming and Climate Change’, 

Hosted by Julianne Cailloutte Noble, Managing Director of The Sustainable Restaurant Association at The Duke of Cambridge

Pete Thompson, managing director at Thompson’s Farm

Ben Walgate, managing director at Tillingham Wines 

Tim Martin, co-founder of Farm Wilder

Tickets are just £5 for talks, which can be redeemed for a drink. For those who want to stay on for dinner and continue the conversation, you can book for £45. 

Find out more and reserve your ticket now, click the link below


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