Given that the average grocery store vegetable travels 1500 miles to reach our plate, city leaders and community activists are investigating how we can increase farming inside our city limits. Find out how we can create oases where there were once food deserts.
A discussion with:
Josh Viertel, President, Slow Food USA
Liz Falk, Director and co-Founder, Washington DC based Common Good City Farm
Steve Cohen, food policy and programs, Portland Oregon’s Bureau of Planning and Sustainability
Allison Arieff, Food and Shelter Ambassador, GOOD and “By Design” columnist, The New York Times (moderator)
$12 Member | FREE Student | $20 Non-member
Members Series Ticket $35 | Non-Member Series Ticket $60
Prepaid registration required. Walk-in registration based on availability.
For the Greener Good lecture series is presented by The Home Depot Foundation.