9 a.m. – Noon, Oct. 1
This nationwide virtual event on Ending Hunger is designed to 1) reframe lack of access to adequate and affordable food in ways which lead to understanding the actual root causes, and 2) equip participants with tools to design community-based food systems through an asset-based approach to utilize land, organize communities and advancing food and economic sovereignty.

The Oct. 1 virtual event is followed by four subsequent workshops Oct. 8-29 on the nuts and bolts of starting community-based micro-farms and building a network of communities. This event is sponsored by Bread for the World, Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church and St. Luke’s United Methodist Church.

Please register by Sept. 28.

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