Florida Food Forum - October's Topic: Strengthening Southeast Florida's Food System Action: Emerging Community Practices
Join us online from 12-1:30pm (EST) on Friday, October 22nd, for a special session of the Florida Food Forum on "Strengthening Southeast Florida's Food System Action: Emerging Community Practices." Food for All will be facilitating a panel to highlight action-oriented collaborations in the Southeast Region that focus on community-based engagement, action, multi-sector collaboration and advocacy through individual and collective leadership and activities.
Arely B. Lozano Cantu, Director of Health Access and Livability at Urban Health Partnerships will be leading the panel discussion. Panelists include speakers from Healthier Jupiter, Urban Health Partnerships, Dania Beach PATCH, JBS Foundation, United Farmers Alliance, Renuable, South Florida Hunger Coalition, Florida Impact to End Hunger and South Broward Community Health Hub.
Following the presentation panelists will be engaging in an informative discussion and Q&A session with attendees.
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