Sun25Mar20186:30pm-8:00pmOasis Café in Carr Mill Mall 200 N. Greensboro St, first floor Carrboro, NC
CLIMATE DESTABILIZATION: OUR LONG SLOW EMERGENCY
PRACTICES & ACTIONS TO CREATE RESILIENCE
4th Sunday of each month, 6:30-8:00pm
OUR LOCAL FOOD SYSTEM
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In our March 25 session we focus on a major aspect of our resilience,
both personally and collectively: a healthy, sustainable, and accessible food system.
We have 2 short presentations on this topic:
Ashley Heger will speak about the work of the Orange County Food Council whose goal is to grow a local food system that ensures health, sustainable agriculture, and access for all.
Grace Baucom is a high school senior in Orange County who has worked with the Climate Leadership and Energy Awareness Program at UNC. Her 10-minute documentary explores how extreme heat, one of the many byproducts of climate change,
affects sustainable farmers in the NC Piedmont.
Join us for an informative session followed by discussion ~ Free! Open to all! ~
No experience necessary. Free! Open to all!
Presented by a group of concerned and dedicated citizens:
Betsey Downing, Marty Adams, Tana Hartman Thorn,
Dirk Kelder & Jim Sander