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2019 Community Food Systems Conference

2019 Community Food Systems Conference

Join fellow change agents from December 9-11 in Savannah, GA as we address common underlying themes of food security, social justice and sustainable agriculture across urban and rural environments and fostering community empowerment to create resilient and equitable local food systems.

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Questions about the event? Contact one of our organizers: Jennifer Hashley or Courtney Spivey.

The 2019 Community Food Systems Conference will address common underlying themes of food security, social justice and sustainable agriculture across urban and rural environments and foster community empowerment to create resilient and equitable local food systems. We will convene in Savannah, Georgia to highlight and learn about food systems in the U.S. South while also drawing parallels to food systems across the country. The conference is hosted by New Entry Sustainable Farming Project and Georgia Farmer's Market Association (GFMA). The partners will build on the momentum of the 2017 Community Food Systems Conference and GFMA’s Food for Thought Conference.



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Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy

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