Regenerate Weekend 2018 with C-K Table

Saturday, October 20, 2018

Join us in hosting C-K Table for Regenerate 2018!

Regenerate weekend was created to put the spotlight on 3 major issues facing our society:

  1. Our soil is in position to need regenerating so that it can continue to feed future generations.
  2. Our farming systems need to be regenerated to help provide profitable income for family farms to stay in business.
  3. Our smaller rural communities are needing to be regenerated they continue to be a viable option​ for people to live in.

Many people have proposed solutions to solve these challenges/problems and many have failed.  Rural economic development can be shifted if we begin to look at the largest portion of how that land area is currently used. Grain farming is by far the largest user of our rural soil and it affects our water quality, air quality, climate and health but with one slight refocus.  Instead of using grains to produce the current end products, why not use them for food production.

Our focus in 2018 is building the conversation around the 5 components of grain. Bread, beer, distilling, pasta and pizza and what if our regional foodshed had grains being used for the food products we all consume on a daily basis?  This regional collaboration weekend will highlight all these areas for consumers, chefs and farmers to engage in, join us to be part of this conversation.

Chef's Takeover Event - 

Friday, October 19
Doors open at 5:30 PM with dinner served at 6 PM ~ Group seating at this fundraising dinner event!

Join several of London’s culinary innovators as they come together in the Growing Chefs! Ontario kitchen and create a meal showcasing various grains grown in a rotation to improve our regions soil quality.

This dinner is being held in celebration of the heritage grain festival ‘Regenerate’ which celebrates the use of heritage grains.

Chefs and their dishes are detailed in the Facebook event:

A cash bar will be available; we accept cash or credit, no debit cards at this time.

Bread Camp -

Saturday, October 20 – Sunday, October 21, 2018

Bread Camp is educating and connecting growers, millers, bakers, chefs and consumers who are creating a rise in demand for local grains. This program will increase a baker’s capacity to procure and utilize regionally grown whole grains to help build and develop the regional foodshed.

For more information on workshops available, other weekend events, and to register please go to

  The Clark Family Foundation
 Urban Harvest Landscape
zdybThe Wilson Family FoundationThe Joanne and Tom Cowan Fund
The William and Katharine Kostuk Family FundLove Alchemy Cornerstone
TillsonburgLFHSGoodlife Fitness