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Making Farm to Institution Work For All
Connecting Practitioners to Share Stories and Best Practices to Make Farm to Institution Work For All
This session will be held at St. Joseph's College after a morning session called The Cumberland County Food System Summit (for more info on Summit, contact Jim Hanna at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Event Page
This is an afternoon exploring Implementation of Farm to Institution -
What’s happening right now?
How can we grow it together?
Registration at 12:30 St Joseph Alfond Auditorium
At 1 pm we will hear from a panel discussion with successful local food programs:
At 2:15 pm Small Group Discussions to tackle the most common barriers cited for a local foods program:
At 3:30 pm we will gather together, hear some tales from each group around action steps that we can tackle as a network of local food providers.
At 4:00 Enjoy a local foods happy hour provided by St Joe’s Food Service in the Pearson Cafe and catch up with the folks you didn’t get a chance to see earlier!
This event is supported in part by funding from the Elmina B. Sewall Foundation.
By: Maine Farm and Sea Cooperative & the Maine Farm to Institution Work Group
Saint Joseph's College of Maine
278 Whites Bridge Road
Standish, ME 04084
Featured image courtesy of Shelburne Orchards.