The new documentary 2040 has inspired the first ever Regeneration Weekend in the Southern Highlands.
Damon Gameau’s documentary 2040 has inspired The Mill Bowral to host the event in partnership with WILDfest, Carousel Lifestyle, and Quarter Acre Farm.
From 6pm on Friday 25 October 2019, an exclusive screening of the film, 2040 will take place in The Mill’s courtyard and be followed up by a panel discussion including filmmaker, Damon Gameau, Bob Hawke Landcare Award winner, Charlie Arnott, Hamish Mackay Director of Biodynamics2024, Lizzie Buscaino from Piccolo Farm and Joanne Dodd from Quarter Acre Farm.
On Saturday from 10am until 6pm, The Mill will come alive with more 2040 film screenings, sustainability workshops, expert speakers, local fresh produce for sale as well as artisan stalls to enable locals to be informed and take immediate action.
Together with Hamish Mackay, a renowned biodynamic practitioner and educator, Charlie Arnott from Boorowa NSW, 2018 Bob Hawke Landcare Award recipient and recent winner of the delicious. Produce Award for Outstanding Innovation, Sustainability and Community, will also run two workshops at the event. More workshops are being added each week.
The events are free, but gold coin donations are appreciated. RSVP via https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/2040-regeneration-weekend-tickets-71568873427?fbclid=IwAR2Tb4VQMFAyWyL7khrjBuAQmna82P1Trg-rBWzm19Ejhf8XSHQu60WHx3w
Let the regeneration revolution in the Highlands, begin #whatsyour2040