Food Fight: How food politics decide what you eat and how to advocate for change
- posted on: November 6, 2014
- posted by: 21 Acres
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Join us for the final Tuesday at 21 session for 2014 — Food Fight: How food politics decide what you eat and how to advocate for change.
The Northwest Farm Bill Action Group will present this evening workshop on Tuesday, November 18, 6:30 to 8 pm. We will discuss the largest piece of US food and farm policy, the Farm Bill, and talk about what it means for us here, in the Puget Sound.
This presentation is available to community organizations, schools, places of worship, and other organizations as a tool for learning about and engaging in federal food policy issues. 21 Acres is pleased to host this presentation and we encourage others to do so as well.
During this Tuesday at 21, attendees will learn:
- History of the Farm Bill and industrial agriculture;
- Impacts of the Farm Bill on our lives and communities;
- What you can do about it!
Pay at the door — only a $5 donation.
Reviews from past audiences:
“The presenters were very well-organized and made the Farm Bill accessible.”
“Group work and lecture were both great – handouts were greatly appreciated.”
“Really liked the conversational aspect. It is great to be able to ask questions and have discussions throughout.”