North Country’s annual Feed Back Summit will be held virtually in a two-day format, February 24-25, 2021.
How do we create a fair food system? How do we build an equitable future for the North Country? And how do we move our region toward stronger and more accessible, inclusive, nutritious, and just systems for everyone?
These questions frame this year’s summit and bring together community leaders, business owners, farmers, consumers, healthcare professionals, educators, students, and more to discuss advocacy, politics, programs, and grassroots organizing. The goal is to bring creative, scholarly, and frontline perspectives together into dynamic conversation. This year’s theme reflects the urgency of inequities that 2020 laid bare and the challenges we must meet in 2021.
For more details, or to register, visit: www.craigardan.org/events/summit2021
Pictured here: Food justice activist Karen Washington is giving the keynote address “Moving Beyond Covid” for the 2021 North Country Food Justice Summit.
Looks cool! Kudos to the organizers who are continuing with it despite the virtual format and everyone’s “Zoom fatigue”