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[cg] Community Food Security Seminar Announcement!


Community Food Security Seminar
 
June 24 and 25,1999
 
At:
 
The Civic Garden Center of Greater Cincinnati
Cincinnati, Ohio
 
Sponsored by:
 
Community Food Security Coalition
American Community Gardening Association
Civic Garden Center of Greater Cincinnati
FreeStore/FoodBank
Cincinnati Market Facilities Program
 
What: A two-day seminar on Food System Planning, Development and Implementation presented by the Community Food Security Coalition, a national alliance collaborating on food policy issues. The training is designed for practitioners and academics working on community-based food, nutrition and agriculture projects.
 
When: June 24, 9-5 pm and June 25, 9-3 pm.
 
Where: Civic Garden Center of Greater Cincinnati, 2715 Reading Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45206
 
Seminar Cost: $65 CFSC Members, and $90 CFSC Nonmember
 
Registration Deadline: June 16, 1999
 
Return Registrations to: CFSC, PO Box 209, Venice, California 90294
 
Make checks payable to: Community Food Security Coalition
 
* There will be a pre-seminar tour included, leaving from the Civic Garden Center on Thursday, June 24 at 9:00 am and returning at noon. Stops will be made at Findlay Market, several Cincinnati community gardens and the FreeStore/FoodBank providing a chance to see some of the collaborative projects being created and implemented in the Greater Cincinnati area. Seminar includes lunch on Thursday, and continental breakfast and lunch on Friday. Nonmember rate includes one year membership in CFSC.  
 
To request a seminar brochure and registration form, or for more information, please contact Ben Long, (513) 221-0991 E-mail at civgarden@fuse.net or Gary Goosman, (513) 482-4535 E-mail at ggoosman@aol.com
 




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