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US National Farm to School Network Movement Meeting

Oct 14, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

How can we shift power in our communities to create a more just food system? What community capital – resources outside of money – can help us create radical change in the ways we grow, prepare and eat food?

Join our partners at the US National Farm to School Network for a virtual Movement Meeting on Wednesday, Oct.14 from 1-3pm ET, featuring food justice activist Karen Washington, for deep conversation and action-oriented reflection on racial justice in the farm to school movement and wider food system. You’ll connect with fellow farm to school and food justice advocates from across the United States, dig into conversations about what it means to shift power, and help shape the next steps of progress towards our vision of a just food system for all. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend this free event; no prior knowledge of farm to school needed.

Register here: http://bit.ly/NFSN-MovementMeeting

Questions? Email: info@farmtoschool.org.

Thank you to CoBank, W.K. Kellogg Foundation and PNM Resources for sponsoring this Movement Meeting.

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