Below is the website for the 'North Country Food and Economic Security
Project: A Global and Local Food Systems Project.' This project is very
similar to what you talk about below, i.e., bringing communities together
to discuss their preferred futures around the food system.
> >>FYI - this is a great model for using existing university institutions to
> >>reframe questions about our food system and lead people to a place where
> >>they discuss preferred futures. Are any other groups out there doing this
> >>sort of thing? If so, please post your experiences to SANet when you get a
> >>chance. It would be interesting to keep track of your work. m3
> >>Tomorrow is the second talk in a series on sustainable agriculture and food
> >>at UW - Madison. Please join us to hear from two great people who grow and
> >>bake organic food in Wisconsin!
> >>Appetite for Change Series: Food, Community, & Sustainability
> >>This Week -- Eat Locally, Think Globally
> >>This Wednesday, March 8, 6:30 - 7:30 pm
> >>Come hear ...
> >>Randy Hughes, of Blue Farm Tortilla Chips, a farmer in Janesville,
> >>Wisconsin who grows corn and processes delicious Blue Farm corn chips &
> >>Kyle Tanner, of Nature's Bakery, who bakes delicious organic breads and
> >>cookies at Madison's collective bakery
> >>Elizabeth Waters Dining Hall, Observatory Drive west of Social Sciences.
> >>Dining room is two floors down, take the elevator and then follow the
> >>(Dinner available from 5:30 on, residents and non-residents of Liz Waters
> >>Note: There is a $4 dinner special for non-residents paying cash, otherwise
> >>are double that of residents.
> >>Sponsors: University of Wisconsin College Food Project, F. H. King Students
> >>of Sustainable Agriculture, UW Residence Halls Dining Services, Institute
> >>for Environmental Studies, and Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems
> >>Contact: Jack Kloppenburg (608/262-6867, 231-3058)
> >>[For those of you who don't know Jack, he is a food systems activist &
> >>professor in the Rural Sociology Department on the UW-Madison campus.]
> >>Michelle Miller
> >>Pesticide Use and Risk Reduction Project
> >>Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems
> >>University of Wisconsin - Madison
> >>U.S. Mail: 146 Agriculture Hall 608.262.7135
> >>Campus: 1535 Observatory Drive 608.262.5200
> >>Madison, WI 53706 fax 265.3020
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