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Locally Inspired Salutes Non-GMO Month - Let's Ensure that Future Generations have Safe, Nourishing Food!

Sustainable Business Alliance + Oakland Grown

Tuesday, October 27, 2015 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)

Locally Inspired Salutes Non-GMO Month - Let's Ensure...

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 Sustainable Business Alliance in partnership with

One Planet Granola

PresentTuesday, October 27, 2015

 6:00 - 8:30 pm 

Locally Inspired celebrates the right to healthy, safe and delicious food for conscious living. Every October, the Non-GMO project raises public awareness to the growing need to keep control of our own food souces and to push back the forces that would use genetically modified organisms on crops to increase their profit.

Let's unite our voices and actions around the

Non-GMO challenge!

 
Special Guests:
 
Sandra Madanat, co-founder,One Planet Granola Sandra Madanat
 
Valerie  Valerie Popelka, Co-founder, Kuli Kuli Foods
 
Charley Wang, CEO, @_charleyw,  Josephine     Charley Wang
 
SabrinaFacilitator-  Sabrina Mutukisna, Town Kitchen


    

Location: Institute for Sustainable Economic, Educational and Environmental Design, 1625 Clay Street, Ste 600, Oakland

 

Light snacks provided by The Town Kitchen!

 

              Lucy Stand Advisor: energy matters logo

 Agenda

6:00 Arrivals and networking

6:30 Program begins

7:30 Networking

8:30 Finish


 Cost:
FREE for current dues-paying SBA / Oakland Grown members
General public: $10.00 (plus online fee) suggested contribution. No one turned away at door for lack of funds


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ISEEED, Institute for Sustainable Economic, Educational and Enviornmental Design
1625 Clay St.
6th Floor
Oakland, CA 94612

Tuesday, October 27, 2015 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)


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Sustainable Business Alliance + Oakland Grown

The Sustainable Business Alliance (SBA) is a business association committed to building a vibrant community of locally-owned, sustainably-minded businesses in the East Bay.

SBA’s vision is for an East Bay network of business, community residents, and government engaged in actions that benefit the local economy, social equity, the environment, and quality of life for current and future generations. We do this through:

 - Providing our members with opportunities for networking, business development, and learning best practices for operating sustainably.

 - Educating the public on the benefits of local living economies and encouraging residents and businesses to spend locally.

 - Supporting public policy changes that advance sustainable economic development, through our affiliation with the American Sustainable Business Council.

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Oakland Grown is a program of the Sustainable Business Alliance.

Oakland Grown's mission is to build an economy by the people, of the people and for the people of Oakland.

Our Members are a diverse community of over 700 local businesses, social enterprises, artisans, and service providers.

Sustainable Business Alliance / Oakland Grown Sponsors

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