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Increased food access is one of the major components in a regenerative approach to sustainability. Join members of our Seattle-area community who are working to provide local, organic food to high-need areas in a panel conversation about food access and social-justice programs. Rachel Tefft, Director of Roots of All Roads Mobile Farm Stand; Meghan Tenhoff, 21 Acres Harvest Share Program; and Nicholas Begley, recent Health Studies graduate focusing on agricultural policy, will be speaking on their research and experiences on “Food Access in Action.”
Presenters: Rachel Tefft, Meghan Tenhoff, Nicholas Begley
Rachel Tefft is the Director of Roots of All Roads (ROAR) Mobile Farm Stand, Roarseattle.org. Meghan Tenhoff is 21 Acres' Harvest Share Program Coordinator. Nicholas Begley is a UW Bothell Master of Policy Studies and Health Studies major focusing on Agricultural Policy.
This program is free, but registration is encouraged.
All participants receive 10% off Farm Market purchases the week following the Tuesday at 21 event. For more information or to “make your pitch” for a Tuesdays at 21 presentation, call 425-481-1500 or send an email to email@example.com.
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The 21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living is a nonprofit sustainable agriculture learning center and inspires action to solve climate challenges by learning as a community to grow, eat and live sustainably.
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