wednesday, april 3

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Breakout Block #1: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

School to Farm: Agriculture Education for Students

Fill Your Farm to School Advocacy Bus!

The New England Food Vision Prize: Causing Campus Collaboration for Community Change

Food Waste: Golden Trash Can & Complete the Circle

Smashing the Patriarchy in the Food System

Farm to Institution Realities: Celebrating Food Hub & Institutional Partnership Challenges & Successes

Telling the Right Story: Effective Framing & Messaging to Get the Outcomes You Need

Lightning Round on Community & Student Engagement

Breakout Block #2: 2:00 - 3:15 pm

Good Food Purchasing: How City Policy Can Increase Transparency & Shift the Supply Chain

Students Connect with Dining to Increase Seafood Consumption on Campus

Cultivating Change: Mobilizing State-wide Agro-food System Change through Farm to Campus Procurement Collaboration

Ending Hunger by Connecting Institutions with Local Food: Building Infrastructure & Breaking Down Barriers

Transformative Change, From Ideas to Action

Building Cities that Feed Themselves via Schools, Therapeutic Services & Workforce Development Programs

Creating Cultures of Equitable Belonging in Our Food Systems

Transforming Our Food Future: Place & Plate-based Strategies for Achieving the New England Food Vision's 50x60

Breakout Block #3: 3:30 - 4:45 pm

Diversity & Inclusion: Building a Sustainable, Values-Based Farm to School Program

Sourcing Success: Farm to School Strategies and Stories from Farmers and Schools

Campus Farms: Food for Thought

Growing Farm to Institution in Appalachia: Barriers & Benefits

New England Food for our Health

Growing Health: How On-site Farms & Gardens Can Achieve Multiple Goals

The Fantastic Four of Farm to Institution in Rhode Island: Mobilizing a Whole Systems Approach to Institutional Supply Chain Development

Flats Mentor Farm: A Model for Supporting Successful Immigrant & Refugee Farmers

Thursday, April 4

Breakout Block #4: 9:00 - 10:15 am

Food Fuels Learning: A School Food Security Assessment Toolkit

Permaculture on the Menu: UMass Dining Diet for a Cooler Planet Event

BNMC Fresh! Creating a Culture of Healthy Food on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus

Gardens, Greenhouses, Gleaning & More at Maine Correctional Facilities

Developing Community Partnerships to Promote Local Sea to Table

Meaningful Connections: Accelerating a Local, Sustainable Food Economy

Farm (Bill) to Institution

Lightning Round on Transparency, Tracking, and Traceability

Breakout Block #5: 10:30 - 11:45 am

State Farm to Institution Policies: Trends to Celebrate, Best Practices to Mobilize, and Barriers to Transform across the Northeast and the U.S.

A Vision & Strategy as Deep as the Problem

Full Circle: Student Farmer Perspectives on Farm to Plate at a University

Designing Local Food Programs at Jails and Prisons

Creating a More Humane Food System Through Institutional Sourcing: Opportunities & Challenges

Milk with Dignity: Vermont Farmworkers Report Back

Creative Cross-Sector Leadership for Values-Based Sourcing

Open Space: 1:00 - 3:00 pm

Northeast Farm to School Collaborative: Working Together to Transform the Food System

Farm & Sea to Campus Network: Collaborating Across Colleges, Universities & Boarding Schools

New England Campus Farm Network Gathering

Farm to Corrections Partner Networking

Health Care Without Harm Network Gathering

Food Systems Career Networking Event (2:00 - 4:00 pm)


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event app

Session descriptions, presenter names and bios, track info, and more details will be available through our event app, which will launch soon!