The People’s Food & Farm Project: Building a Just and Sustainable Bay Area Food System
“The People’s Food and Farm Project” is a multi-stakeholder effort growing across the San Francisco Bay Area to address gaps and injustices in the food system. What will it take to build food sovereignty across the region? What policies can be enacted to ensure all residents are nourished? What is working well that should be invested in? This community visioning process may result in a ballot initiative for a new public funding mechanism that would support a bioregional governance entity for regional food and farming. This session is for you if you are a resident of the Bay Area, if your work is related to food, or if you simply have a desire to contribute to a vision for a just and sustainable food system! Join Julian Mocine-McQueen and Kristin Rothballer, Senior Fellows with Center for Whole Communities and community engagement leads for this effort, along with other members of the broad coalition behind this effort.
May 13th | 2:45 pm to 4:15 pm
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