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Conf. Opp'ty for Youth!


Title: Conf. Opp'ty for Youth!
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Applications are now available for youth participation in the Kellogg Foundation’s Food and Society Conference at <http://www.thefoodproject.org/newtfp/misc/cfsc.shtml>.

The Food Project (TFP) is partnering once again with the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to create a significant and meaningful youth presence at this year's 2004 Food and Society (FAS) Conference from April 19th – 22rd, 2004 in Squaw Valley, California.  This collaboration is part of TFP’s BLAST (Building Local Agricultural Systems Today) Initiative.   BLAST’s mission is to develop a network of young leaders who will build and advocate for sustainable, community-based food systems around the country and around the world.

You are invited to nominate a youth/young adult team to participate in the conference.  If selected, your team would join others from around the country for a Pre-Conference Training & Networking Day on April 19th and for special workshops during the proceedings that will help youth and young adults get the most out of the conference.  The Pre-Conference activities will include communications and leadership training, sharing of models and practices, tours of local projects, and team-building. All lodging, meal and local transportation costs will be covered in full. Airfare or other travel costs may be subsidized by scholarships.
 
Download applications from our website, <http://www.thefoodproject.org/newtfp/misc/cfsc.shtml>. If you have questions please contact Anim Steel or Amanda Blaine at The Food Project: 617-442-1322, or email ablaine@thefoodproject.org.




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