Greetings Upstate New Yorkers and Beyond…
Join us this Wednesday October 23 at 5pm the 2nd Annual Buffalo Food Policy Summit
This Food Policy Summit is going to be quite special…Lets change food for the better and get COMMUNITY CONTROL of it…
Thats why we are participating in this event to share the freshness and accessibility of Fungi to the Buffalo and Erie County… Its free and there’s going to be a bunch of free goodies!
This will be a festive gathering with free food, activities for all ages, information about local businesses and food advocacy organizations, a short play by Road Less Traveled Productions and a short speaking program with brief remarks by international food policy council expert, Wayne Roberts, with local experts Diane Picard (Massachusetts Ave Project) and Dan Oles (Promised Land CSA). Attendees will also have an opportunity to meet the new members of the Food Policy Council of Buffalo and Erie County!
Come earlier at 5:00PM for a short program called “Just Lead the Way to Better School Meals,” sponsored by our youth leaders the Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities - Youth Advisors Council (HKHC-YAC) say they want more farm-to-school connections, lunch menus with locally-produced foods, cleaner cafeterias, and more fresh food options. But it’s not just these young people who will have a say, Buffalo school communities - parents, students, teachers, and administrators - will come together to voice what healthy changes they’d like for their school meal programs.
On Wednesday, October 23rd at 5:00 PM at the Burchfield Penney Arts Center, the entire Buffalo community is invited to get involved at an event called “Just Lead… the way to better school meals”, part of the 2nd Buffalo Food Policy Summit.
the Summit website is HERE
Facebook Event page link is HERE