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Youth Conference on Food & the Environment, July 28-30, SanFrancisco

For your information:

 > The Second Annual National Youth Leadership Conference on Food and the
 > Environment!
 > Rooted in Community 2000 is a National Youth Leadership Conference on Food
 > Systems and Food Security.  A uniquely youth-driven event, Rooted in
 > Community workshops will be organized and co-facilitated by youth around
 > themes of leadership development, sustainable food systems and food
 > security,
 > growing strong programs, and national movement building.
 > Rooted In Community: Harvesting the Power of Youth
 > July 28-30 2000,    San Francisco, CA
 > Rooted in Community 2000 Highlights:
 > ? Workshops led by youth and adult experts on themes of leadership
 > development; food systems and food security; program development; and
 > building a national movement.
 > ? Exploration of a restored wetland and urban garden habitats in Bayview
 > Hunters Point, San Francisco?s most industrial neighborhood
 > ? Enjoy hiking and other outdoor fun just outside the city in the
 > Marin Headlands right on the Pacific Ocean!
 > ? Develop leadership abilities by brainstorming on ways to build an active
 > and organized youth sustainable foods movement.
 > ? Each participating group will be asked to make a "network-building"
 > commitment for the coming year.
 > Sponsored by:
 > The San Francisco League of Urban Gardeners, Literacy for Environmental
 > Justice, The American Community Gardening Association, and the Food
 > Some Scholarships are available!
 > For more info, or to get a registration packet, message your address and
 > contact numbers to:
 > dana@igc.org
 > _______________________________________________
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 > acga@mallorn.com
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