The good folks from City of Vancouver Planning Commission are bringing us a most excellent First Tuesday event in November re. urban food production. Check it out!
Urban Food Production
A First Tuesday Presentation brought to you by the Vancouver Planning Commission
Tuesday, November 03, 2009 - 4 PM
Vancouver City Hall - 210 E. 13th Street, Vancouver, WA 98660
Like air, water, and shelter, food is essential for life.
Food plays a central role in our health,
communities, customs, heritage, and culture.
Come join local experts in sharing their knowledge, experience, and success stories in an array of urban food production topics. Presenters will discuss urban gardening, harvesting and marketing, access to healthy food, and the need to plan for urban food systems. We’ll share how current programs work and discuss a vision for the future.
Planning Commission Chair, Derek Chisholm will moderate.
Tricia Mortell, Clark County Public Health and Ariel Rivers, AmeriCorps Volunteer: Introduction and Overview
Greta Lavadour, Clark County Food Systems Council; Planning for Urban Food Systems
Jane Kleiner, City of Vancouver; Community Gardens
Jodee Nickel, WSU Extension and Amy Sidran, Fort Vancouver School Teacher; School Gardens
Anne Lawrence, Storytree Farms; Community Supported Agriculture
Kris Alexander, Clark County Office of Sustainability and Kendra Pearce, Urban Farm School; Home Grown Gardens, Clark County Homegrown/Community Grown Project
See the City of Vancouver web site for more info.
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