|Food, Culture, & Justice: The Gumbo That Unites Us All
CFSC’s 14th Annual Conference
October 16 – 19, 2010
Apply now for Scholarships and Volunteer positions!
There are also a small number of volunteer positions available. In exchange for 12 hours of work during the conference, volunteers will be able to attend the conference for free.
To apply, please go to http://communityfoodconference.org/14e/
Food Justice Photo Contest
Entries will be accepted through August 20, 2010. Email submissions as JPEG files (between 180 -300 dpi) to email@example.com.
Early Registration Discount
About the Conference
This is not a conference to just stay in the hotel and never go outside. We’re offering many opportunities for you to explore the area through long lunch breaks, an off-site reception, cooking classes, walking tours, and numerous pre-conference field trips to destinations in New Orleans and throughout the Gulf Coast Region.
But don’t worry, we’ll still have insightful plenaries and workshops to inspire and educate you about the best of the food security movement. Session topics will include rebuilding local food economies, ending poverty and increasing food access, outcomes of the US Social Forum, environmental justice, public health links, food policy councils, urban agriculture, and more. We’re also providing ample opportunities for networking through topic-specific networking sessions, forums and CFSC committee meetings.
For details, visit the conference website, www.communityfoodconference.org/14. We hope to see you there!