All About Food: From FARM to FORK$15 when you pre-register by making check payable to and sending your payment to: Macomb County MSUE A one day conference for people who grow, MACOMB 21885 Dunham Road Suite 12 FOOD produce, process, market, distribute, prepare Clinton Twp., MI 48036 SYSTEMS CONFERENCE or EAT food (this means you).Name ______________________________________ $15 if you pre-register by January 31, 2012 Wednesday February 8, $20 at the doorOrganization ________________________________ 2012 8:30 am toAddress ____________________________________ 4:00 pmCity/State/Zip _______________________________ HELD AT THE: MacombPhone _______________ Cell __________________ County ISD 44001 Garfield Rd.email ______________________________________ Learn aboutIndicate which session you would like: real foodSession # 1 _________ Session # 2 ________ How you can eat locally/Session # 3 _________ Session # 4 ________ seasonally SCHEDULE OF EVENTS How food 8:30 am Coffee and Displays systems can support 9:00 am Welcome and Opening Remarks: economic Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel development 9:30 am Morning Keynote Address: How we can Dr. Mike Hamm, C.S. Mott Professor of become Sustainable Agriculture healthier 20 Sessions held from 10:30 am to 3:45 pmMSU is an affirmative-action, equal-opportunity employer, committed to achieving excel-lence through a diverse workforce and inclusive culture that encourages all people to for more information call (586) 469-6088reach their full potential. Michigan State University Extension employment opportunities Or email Kathe Hale atare open to eligible/qualified persons without regard to race, color, national origin, gen- email@example.com, gender identity, religion, age, height, weight, disability, political beliefs, sexual ori-entation, marital status, family status or veteran status. MSU is committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. Persons with disabilities have the right to request and receive reasonable accommodations.
SESSION SCHEDULE—you will be able to choose one 1:45 p.m. Session #3, choose onesession during each time slot. A-School Food/Feeding Programs—United Way of Southeast10:30 a.m. Session #1, choose one MichiganA-Food Access through Bridge Card, SNAP Benefits – B-Basic Backyard Gardening—Mary GerstenbergerAmanda Segar C-Community and Economic Benefits of Local Food Sys-B-School and Community Gardens – Jean Persely, and tems—Amanda EdmondsSandy Paratore D-What is Community Supported Agriculture? And how do IC-Michigan Food to Michigan Schools—A Distribution find one? - Jackie GoodModel—Carl Merkle & Joe Najor E-What do I do with rutabagas and parsnips? FoodD-Health Care Without Harm – Hilary Bisnett demonstration.E-What do I do with kohlrabi and radishes? Food demon-stration. 2:45 p.m. Session #4, choose one A-The Good Food Charter—Kathryn Collasanti11:30 a.m. LUNCH – Sample Michigan’s Harvest with B-Food Waste and Composting—Kirsten Lyonssoups, salad, bread, Safies sides and Achatz Pies for dessert C-Cottage Food Law and Incubator Kitchens—Cindy Paparelli D-Food Safety from Farm to Table—Christine Venema12:15 p.m. Afternoon Keynote Address: Whatdoes Food Access Look Like in Macomb County? E-What do I do with winter squash? Food demonstration.Macomb Food Systems Council 3:45 p.m. Closing Evaluation will be sent via email12:45 p.m. Session #2, choose oneA-Feeding the Hungry – Food Banks and Food Pantries SueFigurski and Anne GinnB-Community Garden Projects—Aaron MartinC-Farm to School and Institutions—Colleen MattsD-Detroit Eastern Market—A Healthy Food Hub—DanCarmodyE-What do I do with kale and swiss chard? Food demon-stration.
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