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Feeding with City with Levi Brinsdon-Hall
Levi Brinsdon-Hall is the co-founder of OMG, the wildly successful organic, regenerative urban farm on a disused building site in Auckland's Eden Terrace.

Join us for this free session as Levi talks to Britomart's Jeremy Hansen about how OMG's organic gardening methods have yielded incredible results, how this model shines a light on the flaws of our industrialised food production system, and how this model could be replicated across the city.

Proudly hosted by Britomart as part of its Good Citizen talk series and the Auckland Climate Festival 2021.

Oct 27, 2021 05:30 PM in Auckland, Wellington

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Levi Brinsdon-Hall
Founder @OMG organic market garden
OMG is a regenerative, organic market garden that has transformed an unused building city just off Symonds Street in Auckland into a garden that feeds 45 families a week. In this conversation, Levi Brinsdon-Hall talks about how a successful, community-based model came to be, and how it can be replicated in other parts of the city. In the process, it is shining a light on the climate impacts of our current industrialised food production system.
Jeremy Hansen
Arts, culture and community lead @Britomart
Jeremy Hansen is the former editor of Paperboy and HOME magazines, and now works on arts, culture and community initiatives at Britomart, including public art installations and talks like this one.