MuseumEats is an organization that aims to build community and the connection between source and stomach.
The workshops offer a holistic perspective: from regenerative harvest and permaculture, to ethics in hipster foodism and paths to food security. For information on pay structure and curriculum, visit the 'wildcrafting workshops' section.
WHO IS MUSEUMEATS?
Photo by Caroline Chiu
Camille Flanjak (Cam) is the director of MuseumEats. She originally co-founded the project as a popup event and catering business. Because of demand from MuseumEats' diners and participants, the 'official' Workshop program began in 2013. Since then, the main focus of MuseumEats has been to train folks to think critically about their food in order to fully enjoy and understand the privilege of eating it.
A CODA (Child Of Deaf Adults) with a penchant for rebellion, Cam enriches her understandings of food systems, sustainability, and socially balanced facilitation through the study of permaculture, wildcrafting, and wine.
Her Certifications Include:
Permaculture Design (Gaiacraft)
Wildcrafting Basics (Wildcraft Forest, Lumby, BC)
Clown, levels 1, 2 & 3 (Fantastic Space Enterprises)
WSET Level 2 & 3 / FoodSafe / ServingItRight
Emergency First Aid
BA, Critical Theory and Critical Studies in Sexuality (UBC).
Find Cam on instagram @agaricusaugustus