SLOW Food international president and founder Carlo Petrini this week launched a collaborative project between children’s environment awareness organisation Millennium Kids and Slow Food Perth to build children’s awareness of food production and indigenous food culture. Its aim is to enable children, through food knowledge, to ‘orbit in two worlds’ – as Aboriginal leader Noel Pearson describes it – and come to know and respect the foods of their own culture and those of indigenous cultures. Read about the project, called Food with latitude.
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