"Green Eggs & Ham" - A Morning Roundtable on Urban Agriculture in Atlanta
Tuesday, October 8, 2013 from 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join the Georgia Conservancy's Generation Green at its second ongoing morning roundtable, Green Eggs & Ham, as we discuss urban agriculture in Atlanta with a panel of local experts.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Can Urban Agriculture Feed Atlanta?
- Lolly Beck-Pancer // Wholesome Wave Georgia and Community Farmers Markets
- Asata Reid // Truly Living Well
- Julie Self // Atlanta Local Food Initiative
- Thomas Wheatley // News Editor at Creative Loafing
Coffee provided by Café Campesino. Donations accepted.
Limited seating. Please register to reserve a seat. Walk-ups will be welcomed, if space provides.
If traveling by MARTA, please exit at the Midtown Marta Station at 10th Street. PWC is three blocks away at Peachtree Street and 12th Street.
Parking available at PWC parking deck on 12th Street, between Peachtree St. and Juniper St. There are uncovered lots on 11th Street next to Loews and at the corner of 12th and Peachtree St.
Green Eggs & Ham is an ongoing morning program of Generation Green of the Georgia Conservancy. Each event will feature a topical discussion with a compelling speaker or panel. Upcoming events include discussions around local initiatives related to transportation, food and smart development.
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The Georgia Conservancy
The Georgia Conservancy strives to protect Georgia's natural resources by advocating sound environmental policies, advancing sustainable growth practices and facilitating common-ground solutions to environmental challenges.