Events calendar

Sunday. 31 May, 2020 - Saturday. 06 June, 2020
WEEK 23
Wednesday. 03 June, 2020
8:00 pm ET

Save Good Meat - #SAVEGOODFOOD

#SAVEGOODFOOD presents Save Good Meat 

Weekly virtual dinner discussions bringing together leading chefs, farmers, and purveyors from across the country for a conversation on how to save good food in a post-COVID-19 world. We encourage you to order delivery or take out from your favorite Good Food 100 Restaurants, and join us around the virtual dinner table. A few generous donors and sponsors have also offered to match sales at featured restaurants, farms, and purveyors on each of these days so the more you spend, the more we can help #SAVEGOODFOOD.

Featuring: 

Chef Rick Bayless, Frontera Grill
Chef Paul Reilly, Beast + Bottle , Coperta
Farmer - Greg Gunthorp, Gunthorp Farms
Purveyor - Chris Oliviero, Niman Ranch

RSVP Here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_MH4m5ennSzu0IJ_HSr39hQ

For more information: http://goodfood100restaurants.org/events/

Thursday. 04 June, 2020
12:00 am ET

Urban Food Systems Symposium

he 2020 Urban Food Systems Symposium will be held June 4 – 6, 2020 in Kansas City. Our goal is to bring together a national and international audience of academic and research-oriented professionals to share and gain knowledge on urban food systems and the role they play in global food security. This symposium includes knowledge on: urban agricultural production, local food systems distribution, climate change, nutrition, urban farmer education, urban ag policy, planning and development, food access and justice, and food sovereignty.

The ideal attendee for this symposium includes:

  • Researchers and students
  • Extension educators and faculty
  • Not-for-profit administrators and educators
  • Community Organizers
  • Urban growers
  • Urban planners
  • Urban Food Systems experts
Symposium topics includes:
  • Nutrition and food security
  • Climate change
  • Food production and distribution
  • Community engagement
  • Urban planning and development
  • International perspectives
  • Economic development
  • Food policy and advocacy
12:00 pm ET

How Navajo SoPL Leaders are Advocating, Organizing, and Farming during COVID-19

Please join HEAL Food Alliance next week for a timely webinar on priorities and challenges related to food and farming systems in Navajo Nation during the pandemic, and ongoing organizing and advocacy efforts by community members.

  

When: Thursday, June 4th 12-1pm EST / 11am-12pm CT / 10-11am MT / 9-10am PT

Where: Zoom registration link: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMtfuGqqDkrHdP9FcmaCWpiMy1HX32bpWyC?link_id=5&can_id=f5a7bb0a7f8451570a0d2f21ec84ec45&source=email-its-time-to-sound-the-alarm-2&email_referrer=email_814906___subject_1101011&email_subject=register-today-webinar-on-how-navajo-nation-sopl-leaders-are-advocating-organizing-and-farming-during-covid-19


The webinar will feature current members of our School of Political Leadership (SoPL) cohort working on the ground and throughout Navajo Nation:


Gloria Ann Begay, Executive Director, Diné Food Sovereignty Alliance

Stephanie Hall, Executive Director, Tolani Lake Enterprises

dana eldridge, Farmer & Researcher, Diné/Navajo Nation