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9th annual Community food security conference Atlanta 10/6-9

  • Subject: [cg] 9th annual Community food security conference Atlanta 10/6-9
  • From: ASFisher@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 22 Jul 2005 12:38:39 EDT

Contact:     Dawn K. Lovelace
Event Organizer
Community Food Security Coalition
 (310) 822-5410

July 18, 2005

For Immediate Release


bItbs Home Grown:  Cultivating the Roots of Real Changeb

Los Angeles, CA- The Community Food Security Coalition celebrates its 9th
Annual Community Food Security Conference with a bHome Grownb theme in
GA at the Westin Peachtree Plaza on October 6th thru 9th, 2005. CFSC brings
this educational and empowering event to the home of the civil rights
with the intent of bcultivating the roots of real changeb in food security
and social justice.

The 9th Annual Food Security Conference is hosted by the University of
Georgia Cooperative Extension Atlanta Urban Gardening Program in partnership
the Atlanta Community Food Bank, Georgia Organics, Federation of Southern
Cooperatives and Southern SAWG. This conference will present the movement with
effective forum to confront pressing issues in family farming, childhood
and hunger. The Atlanta location offers participants an opportunity to
experience bHome Grownb feel of Georgia and its local food traditions,
reflecting the full spectrum and diversity of the community food sector.

A Keynote address by Georgia Labor Commissioner Michael Thurmond highlights
the event, following pre-conference short course trainings in Organic
Certification, developing and strengthening coalitions, protecting the civil
rights of
those you work with and half a dozen field trips to local farms and urban
gardens.    Some 51 interactive workshops and panels will feature speakers
the frontlines of the community food sector. Projected to bring together some
600 practitioners from communities throughout North America, the conference
provides an abundance of information and stimulating dialogue, grounded in
solutions to the health and community development challenges facing both urban
rural communities.

The Community Food Security Coalition is a North American organization of
environmental, nutrition, sustainable agriculture, community development,
gardening, anti-poverty and anti-hunger groups. CFSC seeks to develop
among all communities in obtaining their food and creating systems of growing,
manufacturing processing, distributing and selling food that is regionally
based and grounded in the principles of equity, health and sustainability.

For more information or to register log onto:

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