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BLAST Youth Delegation to the CFSC Conference

  • Subject: [cg] BLAST Youth Delegation to the CFSC Conference
  • From: Dylan Fitz dfitz@thefoodproject.org
  • Date: Tue, 02 Aug 2005 08:45:11 -0400

BLAST9s Youth Delegation to the CFSC Conference in Atlanta
October 5-9, 2005
Applications available NOW and due soon!

Once again, BLAST (Building Local Agricultural Systems Today) of The Food
Project will be organizing a youth delegation to the CFSC9s annual
conference.  This program is designed to increase the presence of youth
(ages 16-24) at the conference in order gain the creative input of
tomorrow9s leaders and to help bridge generations.  The Food Project is
running a pre-conference day for the youth to help them prepare to
contribute and gain as much as possible from the conference.

Youth can mean high school students (juniors or seniors), college students,
and other young adults under the age of 25.

We encourage you to apply.  Applications are available from our website, at
http://www.thefoodproject.org/blast/internal1.asp?ID=352.  We offer some
scholarships to help cover the cost of attending the conference.
Applications are due by August 12, 2005.  For information on the CFSC
Conference, please visit www.foodsecurity.org.

If you have any questions, please contact Dylan Fitz at 617-442-1322 (x21)
or at blast@thefoodproject.org.

Dylan Fitz
The Food Project
P.O. Box 256141/555 Dudley St.
Dorchester, MA  02125
Phone:  617-442-1322
Fax:  617-442-7918

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