- What does a healthy food system where everyone has dignified access to healthy food look like in Kings County?
- What can we put in place as a network to ensure that food projects and social enterprises are sustainable?
- What food security initiatives or ideas (community gardens, income based solutions, food hubs, community kitchens etc.) are people working on and how can we start to collectively support them now?
The day will provide space for pitching your projects and ideas, time to discuss them in small groups and mind-space to depart with clear action plans. We look forward to seeing you. Since it’s FREE to attend and we expect it to fill up long before June 10th, so make sure to register as soon as possible.
Please note: We have limited financial support available for those who require travel and/or childcare reimbursements to attend or for those who are not directly supported by their organizations to attend. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to express interest in receiving financial support.
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Kings County Food Summit 2017 Organizing Team
Av Singh, Chair of the Centre for Small Farms
Barry Leslie, President of Mudcreek Rotary Club and Avid Gardener
Tony Cabral, Mudcreek Rotary
Tony Mark, Mudcreek Rotary
Duncan Ebata, Food Community Builder and Marketer, The Spot Community Food Hub
Sarah Macdonald, Job Developer, Canadian Mental Health Association Kings County, Founder of SOUP Kentville and Community Gardens
Lesley Frank, Associate Professor of Sociology, Acadia University
Corrie Melanson, Facilitator and Graphic Recorder, See Meaning
Patty Williams, FoodARC
Catherine Hart, FoodARC