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Healthy Eating Active Living Learning Circle: Increase Access and Reduce Waste: Healthy, Local Food - WNC

The Conservation Fund's Resourceful Communities Program.

Thursday, November 9, 2017 from 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM (EST)

Healthy Eating Active Living Learning Circle: Increase...

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Register NOW for Healthy Eating Active Living Learning Circle: 

Increase Access and Reduce Waste:  Healthy, Local Food

 

Tired of throwing away veggies?  Looking for healthy foods for your community?  Explore strategies to get healthy foods and get them to the people who need them most.

 

AGENDA

 

9:30 AM                      Registration

 

10:00 –

   10:30 AM                 Welcome and Introduction

  • Resourceful Communities Overview
  • Food Waste Quiz
  • Overview Food Access and Food Waste:  Data, Challenges and Solutions

 

10:30 –

   11:30 AM                 Partner Overview

  • Tour and Talk:  What do they do and what’s changing?  Important partnerships and resources?

 

11:30 AM –                 Lunch

 12:30 NOON              

                                  

12:45 –

   2:15 PM                    Capacity Building:  Project Planning with Partnership Focus

 

2:15 –

   2:30 PM                    Wrap-Up!

 


Have questions about Healthy Eating Active Living Learning Circle: Increase Access and Reduce Waste: Healthy, Local Food - WNC? Contact The Conservation Fund's Resourceful Communities Program.

When & Where


Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture
171 Grand Blvd.
Boone, NC 28607

Thursday, November 9, 2017 from 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM (EST)


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The Conservation Fund's Resourceful Communities Program.

Resourceful Communities is a grassroots network that implements the triple bottom line in economically-distressed, resource-rich communities by building capacity and a statewide movement that advocates for sustainable economic development, social justice, and environmental stewardship.

Our work is asset-based and partner-driven.  We help communities build on their greatest strengths: people, land and tradition.  We support partners through three primary strategies: capacity building, direct small grants, and facilitated awareness of, and access to, additional resources.

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