Organized by: AARC, Pardes Hannah in partnership wtih ICPJ and Jewish Alliance for Food Land and Justice.This program is made possible through a generous grant from the Jewish Federation of Greater Ann Arbor
Sunday, December 7, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM (EST)
Visit The Farm at St.Joe and hear from our panel of “solutionaries”- Dan Bair, the farm manager for the Farm at St. Joe, Betti Wiggins, Executive Director of the Detroit Public Schools Office of Food Services, and Nicki Milgrom, Healthy Food in Health Care program at the Ecology Center in Ann Arbor. The panel will discuss the impact of growing healthy communities through School, Hospital and Institutional garden programs and that can teach kids and adults about the food they eat-nourishing body and soul in the process! Learn how healthy local food is getting to schools, hospitals and your religious institution with new connections between farmers, food hubs and local markets. A tour of the hoop house will be led by Dan Bair following the panel.
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This event is wheelchair accessable.
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One thought on “Food, Land and Justice visit to St. Joe Farm and Panel discussion”
What a great collaboration! I hope that you will u tube your discussions from your meeting. With these types of groups we have opportunities to change our world. We need to work together to make happen!!! Thanks for your good work!!!