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Community Food Project - February 2 Mtg.
Everyone eats! And, how and what we eat has a direct impact on our human and environmental health. You are invited to join the Concord Community Food Report Committee (CCFRC) on Thursday, February 2nd from 7pm to 9pm at the Harvey Wheeler Community Center Auditorium for a lively discussion and information-sharing session about Concord's food system today and your visions for the future. The meeting will be facilitated by the Conway School graduate student team writing the report; with refreshments provided by Concord's own Trail's End Café.

The whole community is needed to contribute to the Food Story in Concord, so bring your ideas, work and projects to Thursday night’s discussion. Some of the questions we need to explore include: what to do to improve food and health awareness; how we can improve connections between local farmers and local buyers; can Concord better contribute to a regional food system; and can we leverage the data gathered about Concord’s food system to advance innovations in the food community. What questions do you want to ask and have answered?

The Concord Community Food Report Committee is a collaboration of people who live and/or work in Concord who are interested in food; everything from what food we like to how we procure, prepare, produce, and distribute it. All sectors of the community are represented – citizen groups, non-profit organizations, local businesses, schools, farmers and government. To learn more about the Food Report, visit the Food for Thought website: http://concordfood.ning.com/



 
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