Florida Food Forum - January's Topic:
Building Bridges: Bettering Florida's Food System Together
Join us online from 12-1pm (EST) on Friday, January 29th, for the Florida Food Forum on "Building Bridges: Bettering Florida's Food System Together." FLFPC Board Members Erica Hall, Rachel Shapiro, Anthony Olivieri, Dell deChant, Tom Pellizzetti, Christopher Johns, Rick Hawkins, Martha Lang and Jesse Haskins, will discuss how they are building bridges in their respective areas of expertise to better the food system. Following the presentation will be a discussion and Q&A session.
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Guest Speaker Information:
Full speaker bios can be found on our Board of Directors About Page.
Forum Host: Dell deChant is the Associate Chair of the Religious Studies Department at the University of South Florida and a member of the Board of Directors at the Florida Food Policy Council.
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Disclaimer: The views of the presenters do not represent the views of the Florida Food Policy Council. We are a forum for the offering and sharing of information and encourage diversity and communication within the food system.