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Register now available for Community food security conference: Save $20 by July 31

  • Subject: [cg] Register now available for Community food security conference: Save $20 by July 31
  • From: ASFisher@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2003 15:38:28 EDT

Community Food Security Coalition 7th Annual Conference,
Growing the Movement: New Opportunities and Challenges for Community Food 
Nov 1-5, 2003, Boston, Massachusetts

On-line Registration is now available through www.foodsecurity.org

Special offer: Save $20 off early registration rates by registering on-line 
by July 31!


 Two plenaries on building the movement through policy, organizing and the 
marketplace, with a diverse and exciting group of speakers 

 Thirty workshops with tracks on farm to cafeteria, urban agriculture, local 
food systems, growing the movement, and food and farming in New England.

 All day and half day field trips to dairy and cheese farms, urban gardens 
in Boston, Red Tomato brokerage, CSA farms, and the culinary archives and 

 Short courses on fundraising, building grassroots power, buy local 
campaigns, community food assessments.

 Awards luncheon with a keynote speech by youth from The Food Project 

 New England harvest reception with local seasonal food prepared by some of 
Boston's finest chefs

 Town hall meeting with your opportunity to provide direct input into the 
priorities of the CFSC

Print brochures will be mailed out later this month.

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