Visual notes from PFFP Community Roundtable, art by Abby VanMuijen
We’re always looking for more regional community members to get engaged with the People’s Food and Farm Project and help us build a collective, participatory vision for what food sovereignty can look like for our region! There are a few ways to do this. We host regional, open roundtables for community members to attend on different food system areas. Over the summer and fall of 2022, we will be hosting in-person and online gatherings around Urban Agriculture, Essential Workers, and Food Policy. We’re also talking with local leaders about focusing on Food Waste. We’ll have more details on this page for dates and registration info about these meetings, so please check back here!