Our Community Food Systems Proceedings is OUT! It was a wonderful event,
as some of you attendees know. Check out the description below and order
your copy! We have a limited number to sell.
Community Food Systems: Sustaining Farms and People in the Emerging
Economy (conference proceedings)
Publication SA-005, 1997
The Community Food Systems Conference at the University of California,
Davis in October 1996 was an opportunity to bring together leaders from
many innovative community food system projects around the state, including
SAREP-funded projects. The conference provided the occasion to articulate
the role community food systems have in the midst of the global economy.
The proceedings include speeches by national and local leaders who
attested to the wide variety of collaborative efforts underway to build
more locally based, self-reliant food economies; panel discussions and
workshops about California projects; and keynote presentations which
explored how these local projects relate to the broader challenge of
building healthy communities, a more vital democracy, and a civil society.
Editors: Gail Feenstra, UC SAREP; David Campbell, UC California
Communities Program; and David Chaney, UC SAREP. Price: $10.00. Limited
(Make checks payable to UC Regents; (California residents have to add
$0.73 tax); send to UC SAREP, University of California, One Shields Ave,
Davis, CA 95616)
Food Systems Analyst
UC Sustainable Agriculture Research & Ed. Program
University of California
Davis, CA 95616
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