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A Growing Concern Conference

  • Subject: [cg] A Growing Concern Conference
  • From: "Barr, Dara" <DBarr@nybg.org>
  • Date: Wed, 31 Jul 2002 16:14:59 -0400

	    October 5 & 6 , 2002. New York City. Join the growing community
of farmers, chefs, food enthusiasts, activists, and educators who are
passionate about the quality, character, and security of our food. Be part
of "A Growing Concern", the Baum Forum's weekend of educational and culinary
activities designed to inspire action and raise awareness about critical
food and farming issues. 

	    Nationally recognized speakers include Alice Waters, Eric
Schlosser, Michael Pollan, Anna and Frances Moore Lappe, Marion Nestle, and
many others at conference sessions, exhibits, workshops, a tasting
marketplace, cooking demos and more. All events feature delicious food and
wine from sustainable, artisanal producers and regional family farmers.
Produced by the Baum Forum in partnership with the French
	    Culinary Institute, Slow Food NYC, and Dining to Make a

	                                    A Growing Concern 

	                                    WHEN & WHERE: October 5th & 6th,
2002 in
	                                    NYC. WHY: For motivation,
inspiration, and
	                                    knowledge, plus practical
strategies for
	                                    choosing what to eat, where it
comes from,
	                                    and who produces it. ADMISSION:
	                                    for early registration available
	                                    beginning at $50. Registration
forms can be
	                                    obtained online. Your ticket
purchase helps
	                                    fund this and future Baum Forum

	                                    Learn more... 

	    If you received this directly from the Baum Forum, you are on
our mailing list because you expressed an interest in receiving periodic
information from us about food and farming issues. To join our list, sign up
on our website or in the link below. Our apologies if you been placed on
this list in error. To remove your name, please go to the unsubscribe link
at the end of this message. 

	              Join the Baum Forum on Food and Farming mailing list 

	    Please forward, list or post this message where appropriate. 

	    Hilary Baum, Director 
	    Baum Forum on Food and Farming 

	    email: hilarybaum@baumforum.org
	    voice: 718-884-5716
	    web: http://www.baumforum.org


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