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The 2017 Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Working Group It Takes a Region Conference broke the mold. NESAWG has been putting on successful food systems conferences for 25 years, drawing thousands of sustainable food systems leaders, including farmers, researchers policy wonks, students, urban growers, youth, food justice activists, health care practitioners, entrepreneurs, farm to school advocates, and many others together to cross-pollinate and engage with the complicated problems we must confront to transform the food system. Here’s some of what we learned and how we’re applying these lessons to transforming the food movement.
- January 18, 2018 — RT @thefoodtrust: How is Soil Generation is cultivating food justice leaders of color in Philly? https://t.co/G3PLTbrsBS via… https://t.co/MGLneb4ykq
- January 18, 2018 — Good #foodjob alert! Faculty in Food Systems needed at @CIACulinary https://t.co/Xfj4KxocVm #NY
- January 18, 2018 — Good #foodjob alert! Kretschmann Farm is hiring an Operations Manager https://t.co/SXlagw1L1K #PA
- January 18, 2018 — A co-op for the people: The rocky process of developing the Detroit People's Food Co-op https://t.co/fKddO28zLs… https://t.co/LV0YyUQLGv