Are you working for a food system that supports healthy food for all, sustainable farming and fishing, and thriving communities? The Food Solutions New England network believes that racism must be undone in order to achieve an equitable food system and that fairness, inclusiveness, and solidarity must guide our food future. You are invited to join us for the 2017 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge on April 9-29, 2017, wherever you are!
The #FSNEEquityChallenge will feature 21 daily prompts plus a set of resources to explore. Learn more through a webinar on April 4th, read guest blog posts, and commit to the Challenge. You can choose to reflect on your own or in dialogue with a group. Please join us – along with hundreds of others who want a just food system – for an exciting 21 days of learning, sharing, and connecting.
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Upcoming EventsMay25Thu4:00 pm Seafood Throwdown Cooking Compet...Seafood Throwdown Cooking Compet...May 25 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pmTo celebrate opening day of the Armory Farmers Market, the annual tradition continues of a Seafood Throwdown cooking competition — free and open to the public from 4 to 6 pm! This year, two renowned chefs from local restaurants will … Continue reading →5:30 pm Future of Farming: How Urban Agr...Future of Farming: How Urban Agr...May 25 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pmClimate Action Business Association and Green City Growers are teaming up for a very special panel discussion on the importance of reinvestment into the local food community. As populations grow, we are tasked with many differing goals: create jobs, grow the economy, … Continue reading →6:00 pm New Haven Food Policy Council Co...New Haven Food Policy Council Co...May 25 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pmKitchen at CitySeed, 817 Grand Ave Please bring a healthy side, salad, dessert to share OR non-perishable food item for the Master Cooks Cooking Class Pantry: quinoa, brown rice, whole wheat flour, pasta, beans, coconut milk, vinegar, etc. Come mix, … Continue reading →
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