San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
"Holistic" means looking at the big picture. Personal health and planetary health are really the same thing. How can we shift toward more sustainable living within our homes and communities? Dr. Susan Rubin, an eco-gastronomically-focused health professional and mother of three will share her experiences with diverse topics including
- School food advocacy-- empowering both children and their teachers to eat better
- Climate change and preparing for weather events, building resilience
- Building local food systems, including community gardens and edible landscaping
- Backyard chickens, composting, and its connection to nutrient dense food
Susan says, “After 10+ years as a school food activist, I am more passionate than ever about the big picture: our food system and our environment. I've been growing food and teaching veggie gardening and composting to schools, summer camps and child care centers for the past 5 years. I look forward to inspiring and empowering others to do the same at home and in their community. I’ll show you how to ‘occupy the food supply." Creating a healthier environment for your family is easy and fun.”
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When & Where
Holistic Moms Network of Southern Westchester
Holistic Moms Network is a non-profit that strives to connect parents, create supportive communities, and help parents and others to learn about holistic and green living. Our goal is to develop a thriving local community of those interested in natural/holistic health-care approaches and sustainable living. We offer free monthly meetings on a variety of topics that are open to all. HMN has over 120 chapters in the US and helps thousands of families make positive, lasting changes in their lives. For further details contact Southern Westchester Chapter Leader Deborah at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit holisticmoms.org.